Polianthes and Hymenocallis

Peter Taggart petersirises@gmail.com
Sun, 24 Jul 2011 00:39:06 PDT
I can see the pictures now thanks, and apreciate being able to view the
experiment - looks good.

I have never heard of leca stones but they look like what is available in
the UK as "Hortag" which are hard expanded clay pellets and make a good
moist substrate for gravel trays. I experimented with those in potting mixes
for a while with some success, but had a disaster with a filmy fern because
they are aparently alkaline.

Thanks too, for the information about links.
Peter (UK)

On Sun, Jul 24, 2011 at 6:25 AM, Mary Sue Ittner <msittner@mcn.org> wrote:

> If you want to see Dennis' pictures just copy the whole links he gave
> and paste them into a browser. That takes care of the spaces. Don't
> click on them from the email unless the whole link is showing. At
> least in my email because of the spaces, only part of the link was
> highlighted and underlined in the link in his first message. So if
> you clicked on it you didn't have all the information needed. In the
> second try when he added %20 (which is the symbol for a space) where
> the spaces were, in my email program (not all program's receive the
> message the same) all of the links were displayed except for the ones
> with ' in the file name. Those you had to add the part that was not
> underlined in the browser if you wanted to see the pictures.
> I hope this helps.
> Mary Sue
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