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Thank You For Help With CC/EC

Posted by Enterotoxigenic00 none (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 6, 12 at 11:42

Thank you for help with my easter cacti that lost leaves and had some rotting. I had to special order the fine orchid bark. Sometimes it's hard to find certain supplies up here in the high desert of So. Ca. The plants seem happier and healthier already.
The heat here makes growing certain plants difficult. So far I've been lucky. I am trying to take pics and upload to show everyone my plants that summer outdoors in this heat that sometimes reach 107-110. They range from creeping charlies to all spiders and in between. I for some reason planted massive amounts (yes, as in very many, tons) of the different spiders, now what to do with them. The solid greens are huge. They even survive freezing winters outside.
I just ordered a curly spider and can't wait for it to get here!
Again, thank you.


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RE: Thank You For Help With CC/EC

I'm so glad that you've been able to turn your epiphytic cacti around. They can be very forgiving; a really rewarding group of plants.

What ARE you going to do with all of those spiders, lol? I know what you mean about how cold hardy they are. I used to see them in the landscaping when I lived in the Hilton Head area.


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RE: Thank You For Help With CC/EC

You are very welcome!
I'm glad you ordered the bark for the easter cactus! :-)

Josh


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RE: Thank You For Help With CC/EC

Gosh, I should have said that I can't claim ANY of your gratitude! I just didn't want you to feel ignored, lol. I had a feeling that Josh was one of the one's behind the support you received.


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