Liz M's Greenhouse Tour

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Liz M
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Re: Liz M's Greenhouse Tour

Post by Liz M » Sun Sep 17, 2017 10:09 pm

Not any more, I don't. It flowers and produces seed like mad and seeds itself everywhere. It went.
Obsessive Crassulaceae lover, especially Aeoniums but also grow, Aloes, Agaves, Haworthias and a select number of Cacti.
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Re: Liz M's Greenhouse Tour

Post by Cactusgirl » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:36 am

Hi Liz can I ask what temperature you keep your greenhouses at over winter and what type of heating you use please? Thanks
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Re: Liz M's Greenhouse Tour

Post by Liz M » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:21 pm

Hi Cactusgirl. I keep my greenhouse above freezing, minimum3C and I use an electric fan heater.
Obsessive Crassulaceae lover, especially Aeoniums but also grow, Aloes, Agaves, Haworthias and a select number of Cacti.
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