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Old 06-18-2019, 02:56 AM
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Originally Posted by MiniMoth View Post
... 3 years later... do you still have it? Have you figured out what makes it bloom/grow well? Do you have any Berry 'Oda' success tips for a newbie?

I've been lucky to find one on clearance today. No more blooms, but the plant looks healthy (~20 canes) and has good roots. Not sure if I should be in a hurry to repot it, and no idea what to expect next (and when) - the flowers are all dead but I don't see any new growths starting yet.

P.S. the pics in the first post are simply stunning! Great motivation to try and keep my Berry alive
Sounds like a deal to get a nice large plant on clearance!

I still have my plant, though I didn't get flowers last year or this year. I had accidently left it outside too late and many canes froze (so no blooms). I hung on to it in the hopes that it wasn't completely dead since these are rather cold resistant, and one side of the plant produced a heap load of new canes last summer. The plant didn't make any spikes this winter/spring, I think it's still building up its health. So I don't have many tips for you, other than to not forgot it outside when winter arrives!

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Old 06-18-2019, 05:39 AM
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Thanks for the update, Camille! It's sad to hear that your plant skipped blooming for two years in a row.. Are you planning to leave it outside again this year, or keep it warm?

Temperature is what worries me the most. Some say it needs cooling, some say it's ok in room temperature and needs no special treatment.. some say it needs dry period but cooling is not needed..

I can only grow indoors and the temperature here is 22-27 year round.. I'm pretty sure this means problems growing anything that needs to grow cool or experience "winter" :/
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