Many thanks for your comments. I, too, moved the plant when it was small. What I desperately need to know, however, is how deep the roots may go after many years, what kind of renewed conditions I should try to give the plant (where is your plant growing?) and whether all of this is pointless given the size and age of the plant. Can you offer me some help with these questions?
Brian Sent from my iPad > On Sep 8, 2015, at 13:05, Harold Peachey <hlpeac...@gmail.com> wrote: > > I grew G. lutea from seed about ten years ago, it has survived a half dozen > moves when still small and bloomed beautifully this year. I will be > contributing seed to the NARGS seed Ex this year. > >> On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 10:08 AM, Brian Bixley <lilactreef...@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> Several years ago I managed to grow Gentiana lutea from seed - it's >> probably easy - and it eventually flowered for a few years. Then it stopped >> flowering, perhaps because its situation became increasingly shady. Is it >> possible for me to move it? Advice would be much appreciated. >> >> Brian Bixley >> Southern Ontario >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Alpine-l mailing list >> Alpinefirstname.lastname@example.org >> http://mailman.science.uu.nl/mailman/listinfo/alpine-l > > > > -- > One-of-These-Dayze > Harold L. Peachey > > > _______________________________________________ > Alpine-l mailing list > Alpineemail@example.com > http://mailman.science.uu.nl/mailman/listinfo/alpine-l
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