deviding Elk Horns

Cereoid+1+ cereoid at prodigy.net
Sun Jul 14 08:46:04 EST 2002


Your faith is strong, len.

Still, it would be best if Brian himself would be the one to "'splain what
he talkin' 'bout".

Making too many assumption can be a bad thing.

Common names for plants are not as specific as you assume.


len brauer <gardenlen at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:mbv0juknn995elfg9gsis4u8t3ctsugb57 at 4ax.com...
> g'day ceriod+1,
>
> i would believe that brian is talking about the elkhorn fern
> 'Platycerium bifircatum', i have grown many of these ferns over the
> years.
>
> and for brian,
>
> as for dividing them it could be done at any time if you can control
> temperature but early summer would be the best, it is also best to
> only take sections that have mature fertile fronds, for better
> results. put some well rotten leaf mulch or the like behind them.
>
> len
>
> snipped
> --
> happy gardening
> 'it works for me it could work for you,'
>
> "in the end ya' gotta do what ya' gotta do" but consider others and the
environment
> http://hub.dataline.net.au/~gardnlen/





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