Anisia Seeruttun wrote:HI Henry, I would really wish that is true unfortunately I've observed and found the flowers dried and fell from the cluster, no berries are formed sadly only 3 to 4. See the attached picture, I just took a picture, it's already dark night. When the flowers are dried and I try to shake it, the dried flowers fall. It seems not enough strength which could be the shrub is too young, it's first time, since 3 months all my 3 shrubs are blooming. Also could be a lack of rain as well as not enough pollination. I'll grow more perennial plants to attract insects.
Michael Dotson wrote:I was going to reply that room temp eggs and beer were standard in the UK when I was there :)
Stacie Kim wrote:
Gary Numan wrote:Similarly, I keep them on the countertop. Unless they're dirty, then I'll soak them in water for maybe 10 minutes, rub off the offending brown stuff, air dry til they don't look wet anymore, then those ones go in the fridge.
Interesting note: They sell eggs at room temperature in Germany. Maybe all Europe? But we lived in Germany from 2003-2006, and the grocery store eggs were found at room temp right on the shelves with canned goods, flour, whatever.
J Nuss wrote:Well, I think I learned a lot from that experiment! I should probably try a roofing hormone next time, and it was way too early to start them if they were going to be rooted inside.
All the honeyberries don’t appear to have rooted yet, and half the seaberries look like they never did anything, but the other half are growing new growth and look happy, with definitive roots on at least one.... so I’ll get a new plant or two out of the deal anyway!
In the mean time I started a new project with peach and nectarine cuttings