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    i recently just brought on of these guys , it was in a 1 gallon pot and was labeled alsophila australis . i am growing it behing my pond tree with give it some shade and am fertilizinfg it once in a while hope that it will grow at full height fast . i keep the soil moist and mist the plant once in a while . the last time i brought a plant it died so i am hopeing this plant will give me more luck .

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    oh no , its some of the leaves are starting to dry up and shrivel , i hope its not dieing like my other plant . i have seen this plant in some many homes and the owners barely care for it , may be i'm just caring for it too much . anybody know what the problem might be , i don't want to loose this plant . [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]

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    Hi
    i have one (for about 2 weeks now ) and it seemd to be fine
    i just make sure it never dries out always kep it moist(read that in a book)
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    my plants is doing much better now and its growing quite a bit but slowly , i even got another plant for free from my uncles friend .

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    I've never been able to maintain this one very long. It's difficult in my conditions.
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    what place would someone buy this at ?
    i find it fascinateing!!!
    from what i've found out online it's hairy trunk is actualy it's root sytem ?

    i'd love one someday , i think it's way to dry for it here in az!!!
    unless it's in a plant room or bathroom that stays humid!
    do you even know what your talking about ?

    Cher ---no ,
    but did'nt it sound like i do!

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    I have a hunch that plant would last about 4 hrs. in Arizona. I believe humidity there is in the negative numbers!
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    yes oh yes it is,
    odly enough my Gardeinas that loved the humidity in washigton are doing remarkible , , and i've found that some plants can do good without high humidity like my ceph , some people beive it HAS to have humidity above 30 - 40 percent,.......
    my clone is doing verry well , and the people i'm tradeing off established plants and un-rooted leaf cutting good to grow!!

    but there are some plants that turn2 crispy critters
    like the aphids , i havents seen one aphid here lots of other pests but no aphids LOL!!!!!!
    do you even know what your talking about ?

    Cher ---no ,
    but did'nt it sound like i do!

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