Re: Cephalotus root Propagation
Posted: Sun Apr 03, 2016 12:58 pm
partisangardener wrote:it is your Cephalotus und always handling it again is the worst method.How about we just agree that we both got off on the wrong foot here. I do appreciate your wanting to.help me and hope and i do appreciate your info and input.
Thats what I said you were right,
but it’s my fault I was ignorant of the possibility that it is just a male-female misunderstanding. Maybe you just wanted to moan about what fate has befallen your Hope Cephalotus and maybe you wanted to be comforted and then, I dump male come along with solutions and definitions.
While you were politely ignoring my clumsiness I rudely insisted that there are already the best solutions and explanations served, and you best leave your precious plant alone like you intended.
On top I supposed that you might be a layman, what ignorance.
I agree I am guilty and won’t bother you again with plain facts and definitions, I am completely wrong (whatever I say must be wrong).
Sorry I am only a handicapped human, a male and even discussing not in my native language
Fare well and all the best to hope.
I appreciate everyone's help that is why I come here. I did not want this post to turn sour like it did.
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