Last year, I sowed seeds of “Dioscorea Sylvatica” and was growing the seedlings for my first time.
In the winter, when the leaves turned to yellow and went dormant, I digged in the pot. I was really surprised because my “Dioscorea Sylvatica” produced many potatos in the soil like normal potatos (as we eat)!
I have had “Dioscorea elephantipes” for a few years but never seen like that before.
I cut some small potatos indivisually, but kept 3 potatos connected together. And I buried them in soil to sleep during the winter. Honestly, I didn’t know what to do…
In June 2019, I found this today.
New leaf is coming like this and it’s very strange to me.
Again, I don’t know what to do about this… so I planted it as it is. haha.
I’m very looking forward to seeing how it grows this summer!!!
In early winter 2018, I fell in love with “Dischidia nummularia” and I bought one which was in a hangling basket. When I recieved it, it wasn’t in great codition. So I really wanted to make it healthier and well.
However, I couldn’t get it right. I didn’t know anything. It wasn’t similar to any other plants I have.
I failed, and it got smaller and smaller during this winter. 😢
Finally, spring has come…
They are growing so much now!
I am thinking they just don’t grow in winter as much as the other house plants?
Maybe, I didn’t need to do anything? What I could do was just waiting for spring?