Has anyone heard of using a refrigerated greenhouse to allow alpine species, like white pine, spruce, etc., to go through dormancy in places like Southern Florida? It's such a shame never to be able to enjoy a ponderosa pine or lodgepole down here. Cost aside, maybe two or three months in a refrigerated room or container, possibly with grow lights to allow a bit of photosynthesis would do the trick. Thoughts?
Hi Greg, last night I put up 3 pics of a pyracantha on a 4 page thread (is that the correct term?) about them and don't see them today. Or any 4 pages about pyracantha's. Could this be something about the adjustments you've been making?
I hope all is well. I recently made my first post in what may be the incorrect location.
I was wondering if I could potentially remove my post from the "Semi-Cascade" style forum? I think the post is more suitable for the "Suggestions/Feedback" forum. I am editing the title so may go ahead and post it in the "Suggestions/Feedback".
Hi, I'm not certain if I'm the right place, if not, could you kindly send me a link? My name is Bill Valavanis, organizer of the 2016 5th US National Bonsai Exhibition. How can I get a photo on the main page where currently the old, last year's, GSBF Convention is? Could you kindly let me know?
If I wanted to move my "Progressive Maple" thread from General to the maple thread...do I just cut and paste? Looks like pics need to be re-uploaded. Is that correct? Thanks much! BTW...I really like the new site:)