My first ever attempt at grafting plants! There are eight mum cultivars going on two identical rootstock plants here. Please send my little plants your good vibes. I'll be overjoyed to get even one flower! 🌼😊
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Gostaria de lembrá-los que também estaremos no @festivalrootstock no dia 12 de outubro!!!
Um grande tributo a Marinês na terra dos pães de queijo. Vamos?! Mais informações:
После хардфорка SegWit2x генеральный директор Rootstock подтвердил декабрьский запуск
Генеральный директор Rootstock (RSK) Диего Гутьеррес подтвердил, что с середины ноября до середины декабря после возможной жесткой вилки SegWit2x состоится запуск проекта. #ICO и Стартапы #blockstream#rootstock#адам бэк #барри сильберт #диего гутьеррес.
This week on the blog, we shared 14 housewarming gift ideas and, today, we thought we’d share the inspiration behind one of those ideas: the gift of something green (or, something that will become green, like seeds or bulbs)!
One of the main reasons plants and/or flowers made the list of gift ideas is this beaut right here - the Peony ‘Gardenia.’ We purchased it last year in bare root form from @easytogrowbulbsca and, amazingly, it yielded several blooms in this, its first year. But, this is not the reason we were so bowled over - it was the flower’s absolutely stunning fragrance. It was hard not stick our faces in the bloom every single time we passed by. As it was, the scent made our workspace that bit more delightful. And - final note - we’re not usually big on super frilly things, but boy, oh boy, do we make an exception here. This flower’s petal frills are perfectly lovely!
This year, we’ve ordered it again, but this time to gift the flower to others, hoping to share the happiness we got from this beautiful plant. And, it was for this reason - that fact that it gave us so much pleasure - that we wanted to share this particular spark of inspiration with you too!
p.s. We have absolutely no connection to Easy to Grow bulbs other than as a customer - we just really loved this peony!
🚨🌵CACTI HELP/ADVICE PLS🌵🚨
this is the root stock of a grafted cactus that has cast off its fancy hat & decided to grow on its own, somewhat rapidly. this paddle grew from the stock in about four weeks. it has since shot out this root from the paddle. how should i proceed? leave it? put the root portion in water? cactus mix? and if so should i just bury the rest of the root stock beneath or detach this paddle first? also, what is the name of this cactus? any help is appreciated, feel free to tag others in & TIA! 🌵🌵🌵🌱💚✨
grafted cacti info - basically one species of cacti that would die in the wild but instead gets stuck to another species of root stock where it mooches chlorophyll until it eventually dies. since the two species are somewhat disparate in needs they don't live that long as a whole. however, the root stock can live without its little parasitic friend. 😊
Terminology Tuesday – ROOTSTOCK
Botanical definition: a swollen, largely underground structure of a plant, often including both stem and root parts, from which new above-ground growth can be produced
Fire is a major influence on fynbos communities and different species have adapted to this in several ways. One such strategy is to be a ‘resprouter’, whereby plants have insulating mechanisms that help them survive fire. Many resprouters have sturdy fire-resistant rootstocks which, being partly underground, are able to survive a hot blaze. After a fire the plant is able to produce fresh new shoots and regenerate from the underground rootstock.
In fynbos horticulture, plants that are tricky to grow may be cultivated by grafting, whereby two related species are joined together. Here, the 'rootstock' refers to the portion below the join.