Post by mannyherrera on Apr 26, 2012 22:03:13 GMT 7
Outstanding reviews as always, Sam. I particulalry liked the little "ditty" on William9in's name. I have oft wondered what he means to convey with that moniker. By the way Will9, we live in the same town. When are we gonna meet? The CP community is small down here, we need to stick together.
As to my setup, the wooden fence was erected by my delightful (he's a douche) neighbor to the west. The smaller fence running parallel was what separated us in the past. The chickenwired fence running perpendicular to the large wooden fence is what separates my main grow area from the rest of the yard.
I don't know how the laws work up in the weak-hearted North, the sheepish Midwest, or the pansy Pacific Northwest, but down here you own "your side" of the fence and can place anything on it. You just can't knock the fence down or interfere with your neighbor's side. However, my Neps have well crossed the border and are pitchering and flowering on the douche's side of the fence. I hope he's enjoying the show, at least.
I'm sorry... but I just HAVE to ask: What's best about alata?
Well, besides for being more than one species, both are quite nice Though smooth alata can be a bit boring.
I'm loving how that N. maxima * N. alata (smooth alata, that is) looks so much like N. mindanaoensis... It has to be cheaper and much easier to grow.
These are some really bad companies, all shells of Plantron Inc., so don't order from them unless you want small and dead plants they don't want to refund:
Farmer Seed and Nursery
Four Seasons Nursery
House of Wesley
Richard Owen Nursery
How do garbage companies like these stay in business, ripping people off year