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Why is it recommended to discard after flowering?

Posted by jujujojo none (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 5, 13 at 16:25

What is your experience with these? Thank you.

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mass production for cut-flower in Asia

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RE: Why is it recommended to discard after flowering?

Lisianthus! If you figure out how it will grow, please let me know! I got these in OH a few times to put in the ground with other not-perennial-there-plants, and they didn't live long, nowhere near all summer. Never seen any with so many petals or pretty double-colors like those. Is it being sold as a house plant?

RE: Why is it recommended to discard after flowering?


Your plants are so pretty, 'not meant offensive' they look artificial. :)

As a matter of fact, all your plants, 'other threads,' are picture-perfect. Not a brown spot on the leaves. Toni

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