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  1. Mar 15, 2019 #1

    Duck Slipper

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  2. Mar 15, 2019 #2

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    Apologies, was going to put a post with the above pics. but I posted the pics.
    Well, still learning, but when I tried to post pics last year with the older format, just couldn't get it done...new format is easier.
    Anyhow these were all Cyps. planted last spring that I thought did great! But, the real test is if they come up this year. Duck
     
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    Thanks for sharing. From whom did you obtain the Cyps? Good luck.
     
  4. Mar 15, 2019 #4

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    Gardens at Post Hill and Raising Rarities...every root or pip or whatever they are called flowered. I was happy with both retailers.
     
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    Great. NYC is a hard environment for Cyps! :(
     
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    Very nice! Yeah I plan to share my experience with my seedlings from last year and as they progress this year with the new format. I purchased a few near blooming plants from hill side nursery this spring and looking forward to recieving them in a few weeks. I wasn’t paying attention last fall and missed out on a few hybrids I wanted. This fall if my wife doesn’t kill me from ordering more plants.. :)

    My Cyp. Kentuckiense seedlings have started to elongate (about a half inch now), but my Cyp. Pubescens hasn’t even started. These photo’s are from yesterday.

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    Please keep us posted!
     

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