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This is a discussion on Silly Flasker's new assignment within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; I have an area in my yard that I hope to make look "natural." That ...
I have an area in my yard that I hope to make look "natural." That includes planting many shrubs and other plants, including some cyps. I currently have reginae, makasin, kentuckiense and parviflorum. I have been offerred some others as well. My mentor suggests growing them with pot culture for a few years so they become more established prior to planting in the ground. Even then I will probably use contained areas to plant them in so I can control their growing media.
So to answer your question: yes and yes.
I was excited to see this bumped, but alas...
Amazing! Good luck!
Aaron, what is up with this project? I have not heard from you for MONTHS.
I certainly would appreciate some progress report or send the seeds back to me please.