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Its new home.


By Stan510

Its new home. (Cordyline petiolaris)

In a heavy Terra Cotta and a saucer under it- a must in dry California.
Being that Gophers eat the roots of healthy plants?,Its worth a try to re root what they fell. A lesson.

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I remember the days of battling gophers. It's good it had some roots left.

7 Sep, 2015


No, Andy it had no roots left. In fact the gophers had eaten past the roots and right up to the base. I got to find the photos of it.
It was growing in my back yard behind the big tree fern when one day I saw it leaning. I pulled it straight up...nothing.
Sort of like those Plumeria cuttings dipped in wax sold at curio shops.
It came back in pure perlite...later I tossed soil on that.

10 Sep, 2015


Wow! I remember those days. My Dypsis decaryi palms used to get eaten all the way up to the base when I lived in Mission San Jose, Fremont.

12 Sep, 2015

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