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Old 06-05-2013, 06:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I offered pieces of this for sale last year...it was a big hit.
I have plenty more again, it's growing season and planting season.
Fresh 6 inch cuttings 2.50 each plus postage.
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Old 06-05-2013, 08:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Thanks, ours we got from you are still doing good and we hope to be able to post a few pics soon. Hard winter for me and a few things got left on the back burner. Good growing and stay healthy.
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The 2 I got from you last fall are growing great, Especially that monster piece.. :^)
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Thanks, ours we got from you are still doing good and we hope to be able to post a few pics soon. Hard winter for me and a few things got left on the back burner. Good growing and stay healthy.
Yea they are a robust grower and bloomer, got 17 flowers set right now.
I hope to have some pics as well, let me know when you post them I love to see.
At least they don't mind being neglected...LOL They sat well on the back burner didn't they? Sorry to hear about your winter we are holding tight for this years hurricane season. Might be a doosie...who knows?
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The 2 I got from you last fall are growing great, Especially that monster piece.. :^)
LOL...Did they stretch out for ya with some arms, reach around everything you gave it to hang on to? No monster pieces this year, I'm NOT going to let it get away from me again like it did last time. Remember to make some of those arms hang down, they only bloom when there flopped over the top of something waving in the wind like tentacles...glad they did so well for you!!
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Id like 2 cuttings if you still have some left, whats the total cost inc shipping to 92008 ?
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Id like 2 cuttings if you still have some left, whats the total cost inc shipping to 92008 ?
Got plenty
I sent you a PM with your total with postage included...thanks
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Pic of flowers just starting to open...it smells heavenly here right now!

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Bad pic from the roof guess the flash only goes just so far and this is with the pic doctored with picasa...but you get the idea anyway.

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How much Winter protection did you give it and what were your lows last Winter?
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Zero winter protection and we had a mild winter this year I think we only saw sweatshirt weather 3 days this winter but 4 years ago, it was quite cold and I didn't protect it either, it was well into the low 30's for many days running and a few 20 degree days with free blowing wind. I got some tip damage on new growth but that only proved to make dormant eyes emerge farther up on the branch in multiples, the cold in the end didn't hurt my cause any at all.
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Do you hand-pollinate your flowers? If not, do you believe you they are pollinated by bats, bees, birds, moths, or something else?
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Do you hand-pollinate your flowers? If not, do you believe you they are pollinated by bats, bees, birds, moths, or something else?
The bats do it we can hear them "clicking" when they are here. We may have some moths doing it but I don't see any in the dark.
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Thanks. I've seen a hawk moth in mine before. While in Nicaragua in July we visited a pitaya farm and I asked the foreman about pollination. He thought it just happened by itself. I suggested that bats may do the pollinating but he was skeptical and said sometimes the bats eat portions of some flowers. They probably have different bat species there than Florida but those aggressive bats are surely spreading pollen around at the same time.
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No I don't believe they do it themselves, the pollen is very heavy, thick and sticky compared to other pollens so it does need help in the pollination process. Funny how the guy thought it just happens? Most (not all) need a cross in order to make fruit. Mine doesn't need a cross but plant sex still needs to happen even in mine. Here too, I get nibbles & munching on the flowers but I believe that to be more of a flying parasite of some sort, not the bats...here we go again is that seeing in the pitch black means I don't rightly know...I'm guessing by the damage. Your right we have different types of critters in different place so, it's like 52 pick-up ...LOL
I get fruit I'm happy someone is visiting and taking up the job whomever that might be
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