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hello adhyt: I have just sent a message to you,Looking forward to your reply
Got seeds in 5 days, great condition!Temperature here is below 15 deg.C all day! Hope it's warm enough to germinate...
Adhyt i have some questions about the Willughbeia Sarawakensis.- Can i grow it on the carport so the car will be under it? I mean will it drip latex on the car sometimes after i pick a fruit or a branch is pruned? And is that latex very sticky or will it damage the new car?- Will this vine be very large and if so can i prune it sometimes?I can't find the info on the web so i better ask you.
This tree with wild vine in the jungle.
Quote from: adhyt_blank on February 15, 2015, 09:23:53 AM This tree with wild vine in the jungle.Wow, w. sarawakensis are crazy thick vines. I feel sorry for the people who got these to grow indoors:)I don't think you can build any structure for these, you just have to let them grow in semi wild conditions claiming large trees. Willughbeia angustifolia might be better option for smaller spaces, as I saw only lower portion of the vine getting very thick. Thicker than big human male's thigh. The rest of vine can be managed on a large tree. Even with angustifolia forget growing on fences. It will brake them and circulated entire yard before looking for a new space to expand. The vine I saw is not there anymore. I think it just strangled that big tree like a phyton and killed itself in the process.
This vine would be perfect for the Gardens at the Bay in Singapore, it can easy climb into those huge iron tree's and then we can pick the fruit from the walkingbridge at 22 metres high.
The seeds arrived today, terima kasi