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RE: Three questions
From: Ron McHatton rmchatton at photocircuits.com> on 2001.01.09 at 01:10:10(5828)|
You need to be very careful of cedar, cypress, and things like walnut
(black). These woods are very acidic (the source of their rot resistance).
Many epiphytes will not grow well attached to these materials. It's worth
a try, just watch the plants and replace those that don't do well.
From: Neil Carroll [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 10:31 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
Subject: Re: Three questions
You could also use a dead tree it
>wil rot but can be used for awhile.
If ever to a coastal area in the east......a dead red cedar or cypress
be very resistant to rot.
the cedar would be of a more branched and managable size though
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