I regret not getting a photo of this wide-leaved epipyllum in situ at Sunflower Farms. Back then—before it broke on its journey to Portland—it was all one huge beautiful piece. I found it as a cutting, lovingly draped over a chair, and asked it they would sell it to me, if only because I wanted to take something away from this magical nursery. A plant memento to remember the experience, and as a cutting it looked easy to pack.
The helpful employees made a call to the owner, they weren't sure he would want to part with it, but he did.
Now I'm trying to root it. I feel a little like it's a race for the poor thing to root before it dries up. Any advice from those in the know would be appreciated.
Weather Diary, Feb 18: Hi 53, Low 32/ Precip 0
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