Re: Help!

Brett Lymn (
Fri, 26 May 1995 14:29:52 +0930 (CST)

According to Robert Beer:
> Question: you had one plant of one species affected
>but not the others; and another species in which all your specimens were
>affected: were those propagated from one plant originally?

>From memory they were all divisions of the same plant. My memory is a
bit hazy as it was a few years ago now and I have moved house since
then so the environment has changed. I do get the occaisional rotted
rhizome these days but only with straggly bits that I knocked off when
repotting and just shove into a pot to see if they grow.

I replaced my S. Purpurea a while back and the current one seems to be
doing ok, it just was disappointing losing a couple of large, mature
plants that I had grown for quite a few years. A well, c'est la vie I

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