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ianperry wrote:
Hi all, I have arrived home after a 984km drive to a bit of rain, actually it was with us for the last 200km but that is alright. On of the plants I got today is a healthy Deuterochnia. I guess that the next thing to do is to look up growing conditions and to find out how this programme works. I cannot remember what other plants I bought except that I got a Bil hallelujah that has no colour because of where it has been growing. I hope I can get it to multiply. This is a test run
I met Blade when I got home today.
That works
Pic 1 Seedlings transferred into a 5l container for growing on in dry conditions like Dalby, another experiment.
Pic 2 Vriesia dunno

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