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Discussion in 'Photographs' started by Daniel Mosquin, Feb 12, 2005.
UBC Accession #26255-0104-1988
Photo by Daniel Mosquin
October 24, 2004
These are pair of trees on Harvard's Campus in Cambridge MA, 10/21 08.
The most colorful things for miles around.
I bought seeds from eBay.
This tree does not exist in Romania and I hope to be the first to have something in the garden.
It is a wonderful tree!
I already put seeds to germinate!
Remember it has to have acidic soil, ideally pH 5-6. Anything with a pH of 7 or over, it is unlikely to grow.
Now we no put for germination acid soil but when to plant, I will! Thank you!
Cool, moist well-drained soil, same as most other heath family plants. Good companion to rhododendrons and azaleas. Characteristic of bedrock outcroppings in at least part of its native range.
I put the seeds to germinate and after 1 month only have 3 tiny plants of oxydendrum east.
I am so sad!
Is that supposed to be all peat substrate with pH 5.4 acid?