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Calgary, AB
(Zone 3a)

January 2, 2009
2:57 AM

Post #5954662

This is such a great idea! I have never seen them in stores before this year, and of course I HAD to buy myself one. Then, I found out my mother got one for her birthday in November :) Unfortunately, mine died shortly after bringing it home. Does anyone happen to know how to keep them alive?


Anne Arundel,, MD
(Zone 7b)

January 2, 2009
6:41 AM

Post #5955381

I bought three this year. The first one I bought pretty early and accidentally let it get pretty dry. That had the most brown needles by Christmas. The next two I was more careful to give them frequent waterings. They did better.
My guess would be to give frequent small drinks of water, or sit them in a dish to soak up water briefly, to keep the root mass moist. I think mine got dried out and being so compacted, never really got re-wetted properly.
Calgary, AB
(Zone 3a)

January 2, 2009
11:34 PM

Post #5958186

Hmmm. Perhaps that was my problem then. It did seem pretty dry to me. Thanks sallyg!

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