Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDATE**

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **UPDATE**

by Isabelle » Wed Mar 06, 2013 4:49 pm

Soo cool! Congrats, nice work. Can't wait to try the stalk and leaf pulling propagation technique!
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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **UPDATE**

by tish » Wed Mar 06, 2013 5:09 pm

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tish wrote:Very cool to see you have almost 100% success on what you have started. Anyway, how did your flower stalk rot? Did you water too much? Was the soil too wet?

So for the new flower stalk, I guess you wont be cutting for another attempt. Good luck yeah :) Nice photos too!


I was only misting it once a day, but the pot that I had wasn't great. It wasn't a tray style instead it was like a bell shape with a drain but any excess water would collected at the bottom of the pot... Now I know better.. And ya I'm letting this one flower should be any day now a few bulbs are starting to open!! :D


Good luck and hope your flower brings you plenty of good seeds :)

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **UPDATE**

by jdoraz13 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 1:51 am

Isabelle wrote:Soo cool! Congrats, nice work. Can't wait to try the stalk and leaf pulling propagation technique!


Thank you. It was a lot of fun to try out, and it will teach you a lot about lighting and watering and trying different growing/watering methods

tish wrote:Good luck and hope your flower brings you plenty of good seeds :)


thanks I hope I can harvest some seeds properly it looks like there are 8-10 pods

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDAT

by jdoraz13 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 2:49 pm

one week later...

on Wednesday I came home from work to find one flower had opened
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I think that it has self pollinated on Friday it started closing and today the pedals are starting to curl in

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDAT

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDAT

by jdoraz13 » Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:41 pm

I read up those articles and think that its working the petals are curling in I guess we will see in the next little bit if it swells and gives some seeds

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDAT

by pretty » Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:35 am

Yuppie for seeds!

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Re: Flower stalk, division and leaf pullings. **WEEKLY UPDAT

by thatguymike » Thu Mar 20, 2014 4:58 pm

one flower just bloomed on my stalk. keep updating so i can see and learn :D

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