Logging Posted on April 17, 2014 by Juniper Level Botanic Garden One can only wonder how many fabulous native plant selections were destroyed by the massive amount of logging in the region…both on private land and in National Forests. Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterRedditEmailMoreTumblrLinkedInPocketPrintLike this:Like Loading...
I sent you a email about a week ago questioning you how to handle Speckled Stalk as a indoor plant. Fertilizer and watering methods and time. I put it in a 1 gal. container and it is out of direct sunlight. Please respond. Thanks, L. B.
Sorry…first time to see your question. Can you give us more of a name or photo for “speckled stalk” so we can answer appropriately. Thanks.
1 Aspidistra gracilis ‘Speckled Stalkings’
Qty SKU Label This is the plant that I emailed you about.
Very sorry…we get nearly 1000 emails daily, so reminders are always helpful. Aspidistra ‘Speckled Stalkings’ can tolerate very low light indoors, but will grow faster and more robust when closer to a window. Be sure, however not to grow it too close to a west of south-facing window since you could get some leaf scorch. Good drainage is always important and allow the soil to just dry slightly in between waterings. I hope this helps.