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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by garratt89 » 17 Oct 2018, 08:50

ShaunL wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 21:52
As long as you is putting sapling back in gud ground it shuf be OK.

Doant be doing ennyfing weird like trying to grow it in a pot or sumfin.
It will be going into the soil provided by your lord, more growing room and less chance of being knocked over by playful children.
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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by graham t » 18 Oct 2018, 08:33

And to be fair even if it was pot bound if it was cared for properly I imagine it'd be ok for someone not of the faith. There's an elderly lady near the Great Barrier. Midwife she is, good with herbs. She has pots of the stuff on her windowsill and takes very good care of it as it's her trade and livelihood. It's not growing wild but I'd wager it has a good life.
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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by JWarne » 18 Oct 2018, 11:20

My mother grew plants. I was never that good at it, but she always used to tell me "Starting it off in a pot is the best way for the seedling or cutting to start its life. Transfer it later, but right now it's weak and it will need your help."

I always remember that, no matter how terrible I am at growing anything.

I'm sure a Longstorian may tell me differently (my mother was a Kharachian) but this has always seemed like sound advice to me.

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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by ShaunL » 18 Oct 2018, 19:09

If yoo put plant in vessel dat wud stop it growin as big as it shud, dat would I fink be interfering wiv natrul order of fings. It problee OK for small palnts like herbs tho.
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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by graham t » 18 Oct 2018, 19:43

As I said friend half orc, probably acceptable for one not of the faith.
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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by mattdodds » 22 Oct 2018, 20:25

While transporting the sapling leave plenty of dirt on the roots, gather them gently and wrap the ball of roots in wet burlap for protection. Cultivation and management of nature is not against the tenets of our Lord per se, indeed we celebrate it in our festivals.

I manage several small orchards for the d'Kurnous family, my bees visit constantly when they are in flower.
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Re: Looking to speak with a longstorian

Post by garratt89 » 22 Oct 2018, 20:30

mattdodds wrote:
22 Oct 2018, 20:25
While transporting the sapling leave plenty of dirt on the roots, gather them gently and wrap the ball of roots in wet burlap for protection. Cultivation and management of nature is not against the tenets of our Lord per se, indeed we celebrate it in our festivals.

I manage several small orchards for the d'Kurnous family, my bees visit constantly when they are in flower.
Thank you for this advice, i was actually wondering how i was going to move it around without damaging it.
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