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Tropicals & Tender Perennials: What a year!!

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Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

August 19, 2011
6:16 PM

Post #8765477

I treated my plumies and adeniums with high priced nutrients from Hydroponic centers this year in the winters end.
Ive had somany different plants and new ones bloom that I cant believe I didnt try it sooner!
I grafted a J/L orange Red 2 tip 11 inches that was gifte me, it took ad bloomed in 5 weeks!!
I have an adenium from Bradsbudsandblooms named prominent that has been blooming non-stop ALL YEAR!!
I tried my hand at pollinating plumies again, ill master this next. Im good at the adeniums and cross pollinated many special ones to other special ones.
Ill have about 3 or 4 hundred seeds. The stay small and manageable for years so ill grow them all out lol!!
Everyone keep your fingers crossed for my plumie pollinations.
all of the following were pollinated to Pink Pansy (reportedly the best seed producer)
J/L Red Orange
Dwarf Singapore Orange
I think see a seed pod OMG OMG OMG!!! lol!!
Ive never had one yet.

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