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Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35336

A few pics of seng planted in 2011...like to thank those who run this website and all the vetrab growers who participate. I've got hundreds and hundreds of plants a foot tall or more and flowering this year.
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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35337

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35339

Way to go Sly! I see some rewards for all that work that has gone into getting plants to this stage. Good luck in the future.

Hugh

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35340

Awesome Sly! Great to hear that. Very encouraging. Your very humble and appriciative for this site and the guys. These guys and this site are great. All the best wishes and prosperity for you.

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35341

Looking good Sly, is that wild simulated?

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35342

Gold...,Wild Sim.

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35343

Beautiful, healthy looking plants. Great work. A bit of hard work and proper care goes a long way toward reaching ones goal.

Good Luck

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35344

Looking Great Sly..

Around here when I find them with those big rounded end leaves, they are usually getting good sunlight. More than you typically have in old growth hardwood forest, but not too much... for example getting a lot of early morning (cooler) sun, but not so much evening sun.

They sure do look happy.. good job and good luck going forward.

TNhunter

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Re:Seng pics 2 years 6 months ago #35345

Spot on TNhunter...these ones are about 40 yrds into the hollar with young cherry, hickory, and older sassafras in front of it, hickory over head and older large oaks deeper in the woods blocking the afternoon Sun. It goes from 75% shade in the morning to 85%+ in the after noon

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