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 Post subject: Re: melting pot
PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 5:46 pm 
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Though color coordinated, Xmas morning was wet not white
A relatively dry Dec still ended the year with 97”
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revisiting those summer/fall shoots which look cold and unacclimated beside the older culms in early winter
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Still presenting an opaque screen after shedding,
skeletal horizontal branching distinctly visible
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 Post subject: Re: melting pot
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Very nice. Love the colors.

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 Post subject: Re: melting pot
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 3:54 pm 
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:alien: pea green moves into the foreground :alien:
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 Post subject: Re: melting pot
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Wow, I'm glad this is what I chose to start with for a Fargesia, you have an absolutely beautiful plant there. I can't want till mine is half that size. Your pics are great, but even they just don't do the colors justice when you see them in person. My freshly planted one just pops in the morning sun.


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 Post subject: Re: melting pot
PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:17 am 
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UPBooMatt wrote:
Wow, I'm glad this is what I chose to start with for a Fargesia, you have an absolutely beautiful plant there. I can't want till mine is half that size. Your pics are great, but even they just don't do the colors justice when you see them in person. My freshly planted one just pops in the morning sun.

Will be interesting to see how yours progresses, in the OP you can see mine 4 years ago in a 3 gal pot.

With the temps here there really hasn't been setbacks from winter, my dangerous time is now with the new shoots just clearing the dense foliage and last years shoots whipping around like stray weed eaters, last year 2/3's of the new shoots snapped.

As for the eye popping colors, I don't usually post those as people tend to think they are the product of a photo app.
For me, a solid rain followed closely by sunlight is all I need :shock:
Rain last visited here about a month ago
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mellower moods dominate our dry summers
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