Gardening  Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory
propagating perennials: Paxistima canbyi-Pachistima
Undergoing MyBlogLog Verification

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Paxistima canbyi-Pachistima

Propagating Paxistima canbyi or Pachistima is done in the spring by digging up the rooted rhizomes that spread out from the parent plant and transplant. Its blooms are insignificant in the spring and reaches a height of 10"-12", is evergreen and susceptible to foliar burn in the winter because it has glossy leaves. It prefers a high pH and a well draining high organic soil and will take full sun or partial shade and is susceptible to Euonymous scale.

No comments:

web site counter
South Beach Diet