Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: North Carolina, Traid area
I have noticed that locally most of the Diandra in the stores are not in the best of shape to begin with and have already started to have stem rot; they (LFS) say the plant does not ship well. I think the key is getting a really healthy plant to begin with. The last batch I obtain had just begun a bit of stem rot, I cut the bad part of the stem off & planted, I only lost one stem all the rest is doing very well.
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