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|I too, spent some time taking your summer and winter tours. I have to say, Doug, your operation there is amazing! I cannot believe the SCALE of your- um- for lack of a better term- grow operation!
Ever thought about going into business selling plants and/or cuttings? Turn your hobby into a business?
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My plants are in either south or east windows, and because of the winter daylight hours here, I also grow under T-5 lights, but more to supplement light than to solely provide. However, many of my cuttings are too small to flower.
A little surprise, tho', I rec'd a cut of H. leucorhoda in the fall, and have been growing it under the T-5s. Recently, it developed a peduncle, and actually has some buds developing.....
"When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other."
- Chinese Proverb
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