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Hi Doris, Can't wait to see leaves on them again and I hope they look like the parent plant or at least close to it. Doris did you check your poem forum at cubits, left something there for you, hope you like it.
Thanks Jamie, but I'm just like every one else here.
Wilfred I am showing these here and in Cubits, look closely they are getting new leaves, rather strange since they do not have roots, I will get a better picture in a couple of days, they are in my little greenhouse.
Hi Doris, just lets wait to see what happens later on, still to soon to know if they are setting roots yet, usually takes more time but you'll know for sure when they do. The other two plant look OK, but the one without the tag seems to had gotten a little stressed during the mailing process, hopefully they'll start putting out new leaves as soon as they get acclimatized, by the way, what happen to the tag it had or did I forget to put one in for your when I mailed it. It should have had a tag on it with the name "Neon Morning", let me know and I'll send you one.
Wilfred the tag is there, it's hidden behind the leaf, next time I take a pictures I will take it out of the greenhouse, the baby ones my be stressed, they haven't done anything since I planted them, but Iam watching them pretty close.
Seem your having a gloomy day Doris from what I can see through your window, at least you don't have snow there right now. things are heating up over here now, temperature is rising fast, its almost 10:00am and its 80*F already here. Can't wait to see it get warmer for you over there so your plants start to grow again and bloom a lot for you. really hope the two hibs I sent you set buds soon so you can see what they look like up close as photos don't do them justice, think your really going to like them a lot.
Have you ever thought off cutting your DR somewhere around were you got them tied up to provoke more new branches, make it more bushier and as you know more branches more blooms on your DR, you can also plant the cutting after you let them cure for a few days and get new plants from them that miet look like the one shown in the tread ( A Magnificent Specimen ), that's how they made that one.