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comment What kind of a plant is this (with large, glossy “finger-like” leaves)?
Thank you, and hilarious story. Actually I looked at your link and the leaves aren't quite like that (I know it's not clear from my horrible photo!). But thanks to your answer I started looking at Philodendron photos and found this one: palmtreesalesonline.com/images/Philodendronselloum.jpg - I think it's more likely that it is a Selloum. I'm going to try to get a better photo (just emailed my ex-housemate to see if she can take one).
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asked What kind of a plant is this (with large, glossy “finger-like” leaves)?
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asked How should I be fertilizing my container tomatoes?
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comment How do sweet peas compare with morning glories in terms of growth, coverage, etc.?
Thanks! I'm curious just how thick. If you could just estimate - what's the width of the fence, how many plants do you think you have, and would you say the fence is completely covered?
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comment How do sweet peas compare with morning glories in terms of growth, coverage, etc.?
Hmmm...these are the ones I got, and they say 6 to 12 feet. Do you think I'll have a hard time getting at least 6 feet? Or have you tried/seen different ones that aren't supposed to grow as much as these? burpee.com/product/retailSimplePDP.jsp?pid=38928
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asked Where can I get bindweed seeds?
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asked How do sweet peas compare with morning glories in terms of growth, coverage, etc.?
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accepted Why aren't my morning glories sprouting this year?
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comment Why aren't my morning glories sprouting this year?
Ah, ok. It must be the cold. It's been in the 40s and 50s every night (and many days) recently, but it should be warmer. How long would it take for them to rot? Essentially, it should be above 60 now, and probably will start to be 60 every day at any time. At what point do I have to start over? Roughly how many sub-60 days (or will just nights do it?) will ruin them?
Apr
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comment Why aren't my morning glories sprouting this year?
@unclebrad The new batch a few days ago? No, I just stuck them into the existing planters. This was brand new soil this year (though most years in the past I simply recycled the soil and cleaned out the roots).
Apr
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comment Why aren't my morning glories sprouting this year?
@Tim I don't know, I guess it's possible but I buy the seeds by the packet each year, I know I bought them at the same place in the past, and they may even be the same brand...
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