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Jul 1, 2015 6:35 AM CST
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Name: david sevitt
jerusalem israel
i am showing some more pictures of my plants
there is a nice comparison to show how my decorative pumpkin feels better in a 15 rather a 5 litre container.
the orange bowl is a small collection of house-plant cuttings that have rooted and are on a shady balcony(where they started there rooting)2 begonias 1 peperomia 2 striped zantendesia(we call them wandering jew)
the corn was growing as i was filming i actually saw them moving upwards one has some silk already.i am afraid of our water bill.with second thoughts they really took quantities.....i gave them some n.p.k
the two sulky sunflowers were not happy to be removed to ther new bigger location in the morning.......they got over the background the begining of my new red plumeria(is already showing small leafs)
the hydroponics is not going well.
i have rooted syngonium and aglaonema and put them in my new yellow container on the porch....not exposed to direct sun.
i may make a u-turn and give up the hydroponic experiments since jerusalem gets very cold in winter and people dont heat the rooms 24 hours so the water gets cold
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Jul 1, 2015 7:19 AM CST
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Name: david sevitt
jerusalem israel
is it true when pumpkins start to show a yellow flower then i should stop watering?
i have a 1.2\1.2 old compost heap is the 5 litre plant too big for transplanting into it?
in the evening with a shade for a few days with lots of water.
i heard they love heavy nutrition......
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