Saturday, October 1, 2016
I transplanted old twenty pots onto the same number of new ones and filled them with new and healthy soil this afternoon. I found Glaucidium palmatum Siebold et Zucc. eaten by bugs and rotten. Maybe it is impossible to expect such that delicate species around here not close to under mountains. Meanwhile, T. macranthopsis has many bulbs in shiny yellow. And, Ranzania japonica has a lot of sprouts already under the gound. I spent two hours and a half in caring of the pots. Hope no more storms during this autumn.