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Cyp. Haven: Calopogon Seed Germination
... sit there for the next 5 or 6 months, making up a little corm. Then, they will begin dyeing back, which is the indication that they ... they will sit there for 5-6 months making up their next years corm. When they begin to die back again, they can be removed and ... at all times, preferably with rain or distilled water. Keep in full sun for best growth and blooming. The seedling corms can be spread out ...
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BANANA Fruit Facts
... and bright sunlight will also scorch leaves and fruit, although bananas grow best in full sun. Freezing temperatures will kill the foliage. In most areas bananas require wind protection for best ... layers of leaf sheaths constitute the functional trunks. The true stem begins as an underground corm which grows upwards, pushing its way out through the center of the stalk 10-15 ...
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EarlySpring
... . Subsumed under this term are the more botanically correct terms, corm, rhizome, and tuber. Whether the stored bud will flower in ... still must bloom early, before the leaf canopy cuts off the sun. THE HELLEBORE -- A RHIZOMOUS PLANT The many patches of hellebores ... arise from rhizomes, this dwarf arises from a bulb -- technically a corm -- which propagates itself by many small bublets on its sides. ...
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Tropical Vegetables
... to a small elephant ear plant, but produces only a small corm from which it is propagated. The leaves and stems are eaten. ... and is from the same family. This plant produces a central corm, surrounded by smaller potato sized cormels. These cormels, like potatoes, are ... dense, non-vining, edible ground cover that grows well in full sun or partial shade. Grown commercially in China, the plant is a ...
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Questions On Cyclamen
... not cut, all the dead and dying leaves and flowers. Keep the corm dry from around May through July. After July, gradually return to ... original watering cycle. Be sure you are watering the soil, not the corm or foliage. When the plant begins to flower, fertilize with diluted ... maturity to flower. Be sure to keep them shaded to prevent sun scald. Since your seasons are the opposite of ours, it will ...
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... and brighter and stalks will be sturdier when they're planted in sun. The glads will also be able to store more energy for the ... of the planting hole, then plant the corm. (A one-inch corm would be planted four inches deep, a 1-inch corm, five inches deep, and so on.) ... sort the corms by cultivar. Cut the stem off just above each corm. "Cure" corms for about three weeks in a warm, dry, airy place. ...
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Floridata: Colchicum autumnale
... ) are about 2 in (5 cm) long. The flowers arise from a corm which is a storage organ that looks like a bulb without the ... stem that replaces itself each season with a new corm that forms above the previous one. The corm is 1-2 in (2.5-5 cm) ... wild from southern England, Spain and Portugal to Russia. Culture Light: Full sun to partial shade in hotter climates. Moisture: Autumn crocus likes a well ...
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Floridata: Crocus spp.
... and outside the tepals. Some crocus flowers are quite fragrant. A corm may produce one to five flowers, depending on the variety. Crocuses ... snack whenever they get a chance. Light: Grow crocuses in full sun to partial shade. Moisture: Many (but not all) crocuses come from ... never again. Propagation: Cormlets can be divided off the main corm during dormancy. Crocus seeds should be harvested as soon as ...
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Gladiolus
... in virtually every landscaping plan. Technically, Gladiolus is grown from a "corm", which is defined as a swollen underground stem that stores ... in a nice, sheltered space with well-drained soil and good sun, you might get away with not staking if an opportunistic ... after harvesting the flowers, but that negates any hope for the corm forever if you choose that option. As a note, Gladiolus flowers ...
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Liatris
... see little stringy roots on one end, signifying the bottom of the corm. Corms planted upside down will result in no plant. Another mistake noted ... place and no plants. Another pitfall to consider is how much sun the garden spot receives when placing Liatris plants. It is a fine line indeed between just enough sun and not enough, which will result in sickly blooms or no ...
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