Massonia seedlings

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 21:30:43 PST
My experience agrees with what Leo says here. Most massonias are tough and
can be disturbed at the roots anytime (they have fleshy roots through the
dry season as well). As long as light is sufficient and nights are cool
they can take a lot of abuse while in growth, from ripping of roots to
drying out lying on a bench without soil. Kept too cramped they are not
harmed but this will prevent them from maturing in a way similar to
amaryllids-- perpetual juvenility.

Dylan Hannon

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