Re: plantANT can find that plant
Posted by Fred SC on January 10, 2018, 8:33 am, in reply to "plantANT can find that plant"
Great Information, Rob. I have always in the past bought fertilizers etc from a wholesale company here under my 'company' name, LOL. Same with Scott company I would bue their loose potting oil, unsalable, due to lack of moisture content, fell on floor, etc. I bought it by the pickup load scooped up and dumped in my truck. They, to my loss, discontinued that practice of selling to small landscape companies. I will contact the company in Texasfor sure. I have even more hope for the T terscheckii growing successfully here, because after two weeks of below temps here with lows on most mornings in the twenties or below and a couple of highs of below 32, that it will survive here because the Trichocereus I have already have not been damaged at all so far.
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