My new T-rex plants ... will they survive?

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Re: My new T-rex plants ... will they survive?

Post by Dim » Wed May 22, 2013 2:49 pm

Dave Brown wrote:Even if they have some root, you need to treat them as cuttings, removing all leaves except the emerging fist. Put in well drained compost and keep moist, then put in shade. They don't need heat, but prefer high humidity and no sun at all until showing signs of growth :wink:
thanks .... the potted ones are in a shady position and all old leaves were removed .... (only the newest leaf left ... i.e. the leaf that has not opened yet) ....

the 2 in the ground are in a sunny position, but the soil will be kept damp, and I will mist frequently (I will take my chances on those as I have the potted ones as backup)

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Re: My new T-rex plants ... will they survive?

Post by parkeey » Wed May 22, 2013 5:09 pm

anyone else stil waiting from Amulree for there order of tropical plants??

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Re: My new T-rex plants ... will they survive?

Post by Dave Brown » Wed May 22, 2013 5:20 pm

parkeey wrote:anyone else stil waiting from Amulree for there order of tropical plants??
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