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  • 你买到白兰花了,祝贺一下!:jiayou:
    白兰花可是上品花中的上品,我最近一直想买,可就是买不到。求花店老板娘联系方式,俺也想订一颗:p:D如果订不到的话,俺就在这排队等你的白兰花种子了。。先谢谢你了!:p:D
    好的,媽媽説白蘭花折枝插種都可以長根。等她長壯了,我試試看。:)
     

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    好的,媽媽説白蘭花折枝插種都可以長根。等她長壯了,我試試看。:)
    太好了,太高兴了。我查了些关于养白兰花的信息,白兰花好像需要寄生在树上,所以需要用腐烂的树桩什么的做土壤。
     

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    我今天去Canadian Tire 逛了一圈儿,看那里什么玫瑰都没有了。今年玫瑰基本已经过季节了,明年再说了。不过我家后院有一颗白玫瑰,也很漂亮。
    我没忍住,又多買两棵了。老爸老媽笑我成花癡了。。。:shy:20150704_160418.jpg20150704_160446.jpg20150704_175230.jpg20150704_175308.jpg
     

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    謝謝。
    你真是專家啊,啥都會,跟你學到很多。:good::good::good::good:
    No expert but I love plants and am still learning. Should I get my dream water-front property (hopefully soon), I will build three sun rooms --- one surrounding the house on the second floor for mature plants and flowers; one for tropical garden; and one for nursery.
    It just so happened that lilies are one of my favourites --- I have four peace lilies (three varieties). I like pure-origin plants, not so much hybrids.
    There are several ways to propagate plants. I tried to do that with gardenia and hibiscus but failed in my first attempt --- not easy to do that with hardwood plants. But I think I have figured out a different way to go about it --- propagating on the existing plant. For many non-wood plants, simply cut and soak the clippings in water and soon, you will have rooted cuttings ready for planting. But for hard-wood plants and vines, that doesn't work out well, more often than not. I plan to propagate gardenia, hibiscus, Chinese jasmine, Madagasca jasmine and so on again in late August with my new way. For your michelia, I think it can be propagated in the same fashion.
    Now onto planting and caring. Although michelia belongs to the magnolia family and magnolia can survive the harsh winter, michelia won't because of the higher hardiness requirement. If I were you, I would treat it as an indoor plant. Transplanting is the first step. 1) Get a good soil mix to start with --- 50% top soil, 25% peat moss, 10% wood chips, 15% manure, add some pine/spruce needles for acid, a few egg shells for organics, and some Shake'N Feed slow-release fertilizer; 2) Take your tree out of the planter and get rid of most soil deposit with a gardening hose; 3) Plant it in a 10-12 inch clay pot --- raise the pot so that it doesn't have to sit in water runoff but do leave some water in the dish to form mist; 4) Let water from the hose sit for a day before watering such that if is of room temperature and chemical residues are evaporated --- place a huge bucket outside to collect rainfalls would be better; 5) 2-3 hours of indirect sun, afternoon sun is preferred such that mold and fungus won't grow; 6) Don't move it around.
    I just transplanted my gardenia tree yesterday. If you can take good care of gardenia, you can take care of any plant. Good luck and have fun!
     
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    No expert but I love plants and am still learning. Should I get my dream water-front property (hopefully soon), I will build three sun rooms --- one surrounding the house on the second floor for mature plants and flowers; one for tropical garden; and one for nursery.
    It just so happened that lilies are one of my favourites --- I have four peace lilies (three varieties). I like pure-origin plants, not so much hybrids.
    There are several ways to propagate plants. I tried to do that with gardenia and hibiscus but failed in my first attempt --- not easy to do that with hardwood plants. But I think I have figured out a different way to go about it --- propagating on the existing plant. For many non-wood plants, simply cut and soak the clippings in water and soon, you will have rooted cuttings ready for planting. But for hard-wood plants and vines, that doesn't work out well, more often than not. I plan to propagate gardenia, hibiscus, Chinese jasmine, Madagasca jasmine and so on again in late August with my new way. For your michelia, I think it can be propagated in the same fashion.
    Now onto planting and caring. Although michelia belongs to the magnolia family and magnolia can survive the harsh winter, michelia won't because of the higher hardiness requirement. If I were you, I would treat it as an indoor plant. Transplanting is the first step. 1) Get a good soil mix to start with --- 50% top soil, 25% peat moss, 10% wood chips, 15% manure, add some pine/spruce needles for acid, a few egg shells for organics, and some Shake'N Feed slow-release fertilizer; 2) Take your tree out of the planter and get rid of most soil deposit with a gardening hose; 3) Plant it in a 10-12 inch clay pot --- raise the pot so that it doesn't have to sit in water runoff but do leave some water in the dish to form mist; 4) Let water from the hose sit for a day before watering such that if is of room temperature and chemical residues are evaporated --- place a huge bucket outside to collect rainfalls would be better; 5) 2-3 hours of indirect sun, afternoon sun is preferred such that mold and fungus won't grow; 6) Don't move it around.
    I just transplanted my gardenia tree yesterday. If you can take good care of gardenia, you can take care of any plant. Good luck and have fun!
    希望你能快快如愿以償,建起你夢想中的花房!:zhichi::good:
    我買花的時候還真是没在意是否純正或混種了,只要是漂亮、我喜歡、能負擔的價格我就買,所以好多時候都忘了買回來能否好好養她?令她出落得更漂亮、茁壯?真正愛花惜花之人應該不是我這樣的吧?呵呵~~~
    今年開春以來到現在一直買、一直學,看着花花、樹樹、草草還算安然渡過下土的階段,而去年種下的也更壯碩了,真的很開心。。。:p:p:p
    前段時間把種了8年的昙花弄的奄奄一息了,心疼的都快哭出來了。。。:crying::crying::shy:两天前再重新換盆、換土,今早她争氣地又展綠顏,悬着的心稍微放下了。:jiayou:希望她能安然:)
     
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    Propagate the branch on the tree and cut it off when she goes dormant.
    媽媽在她家的時候試過用壓土的方式培根,不知這裡行不?畢竟那邊没冷冬,是白蘭的故鄉。
     
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    I transplanted the existing jasmine some 3 wks ago and she is fully settled now. You can come over to pick her up any time you like if you enjoy watching her growing and budding. In that case, I will plant the clippings for you later on when they fully propagate and the blooms are over. With the clippings addition to the existing shrub, you will have a huge gorgeous jasmine (the clippings are cut from the vines, so you will have a shrub and vines in one pot).
    我还没有选定外盆。。。我想选个高高的外盆,这样家里的狗就不会老去拽叶子了,我已经反复买了退,退了买了好几回了。 昨天买其他东西的时候,又转了一圈,没啥收获。实在不行就现在的外盆先用一下,等我找到能让我一眼看中的再换,反正换外盆不伤经动骨。我下个星期周末要出个门,应该不能来拿。我下下个周末来拿行吗?这样的话,还是和上次说好的一样,三个星期耶。
    蝴蝶兰,我每个星期都有泡药水15分钟以上。不过我因为挪了原来准备种茉莉的外盆到外面(因为我要买个新的外盆),所以蝴蝶兰暂时就在地上放着,有点矮,好像阳光晒的没有之前多了。等我解决外盆事件,把蝴蝶兰挪高点就应该没问题了。不过看上去还算健康:cool::cool::cool:
    谢谢你的帮助。
     
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