I have been colleting plants for many years, but now I can't take care of all of them.
Most of what I have are will be for sale.
I have been colleting plants for many years, but now I can't take care of all of them because of my health. I was thinking of selling them off. My question is then is the best time of year to do it? The plants listed below are some of what I have.
Dyckia's and more Dyckia's
PLUS lots of other plants like:
Cyphostemma x Fat Bastard
Sansevieria parva Variegated
Sansevieria masoniana Variegated
Sansevieria trifasciata Bantellís Sensation
Gonatopus boivinii - Giraffe's Knees
Neoregelia carcharodon Tiger
Ananas comosus var. variegatus
the best time of year to do
The best time is right now while its still warm everywhere. Cactus that are shipped in the winter are usually packed with those little chemical heat blankets. You wouldn't want to ship a plant from Florida, where your mid-winter temps might be in the 40's, to me where my mid-winter temps are in the negative numbers.
Ah! Are they in the ground or pots? If you are digging them up, earlier in the season when they are actively growing and can re-establish themselves before they go dormant for the winter. If in pots already, anytime you want.
Sounds like an interesting collection. If I lived closer I would definitely stop by to have a look. :-)
Nice garden! Since they are in pots and it will be cooler in fall, wait until then. If there is a Cactus & Succulent Society in your area, contact them to let them know of the sale. They will love it!