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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Staghorn Fern

A friend had passed to me this fern - after reviving it - it started to regenerate well. I had an earlier piece but it didn't well and started to loose its leaves and died.

I gave on it and still wondered if I can manage it
in my gloomy, dark, shaded garden.

It started to grow healthily without any blesmish or burning of the leaves.
And new growth started to show - eventhough its slow but as long as its doing well - I'm happy.

My concern was like there earlier one
Died without any warnings - hopefully this one grows well.


Gone Tropical said...

Hi James, I am glad you are gardening again. weird, I took a break from gardening just as you did, and for similar reasons. I cross my fingers for your staghorn to grow, I will have to post a picture of mine. You grow the same plants that I have in my garden here in Florida :-)

James David said...

Hey!! Hiii!!!
I do garden but I only blog when I find the time.
Basically I post them here more on a database factor as to check what I have or had in the past.
Gardening had become saturated with boredom... And so it all depends on my mood.

As for the fern,
Trying out for the first time..
So far so good
Thanks for keeping in touch

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