Monday, September 14, 2009

Flowering of Hadasim

Every year after Sukkot I take the aravot and hadasim and stick them in a pot of dirt and try to root them, generally about half of them survive. The aravot do great here and have grown to about eight feet in height. The hadasim, however, do not do so well, it is probably not warm enough for them, our climate being the exact opposite of dry, warm, and semi-tropical. So they grow an inch or two a year and that is about it. This year the healthiest plant formed blossoms and flowered.


At 11:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow!! i didn't know how to look for hadasim seeds, but if they grow as you say, this just answered my questions!!


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