Great looking plant Michael. Do you find this hybrid grows best in intermediate or lowland conditions? I have one that doesn't seem to like me at the moment. It's potted in pure long fiber New Zealand sphagnum moss in a standard plastic pot. Do you think it maybe needs more air to the roots, like maybe a net basket? Thanks.
Post by Rainforest Carnivores on Apr 12, 2006 0:35:44 GMT 7
Try a more loose media and maybe more light. As you can see, the leaves have that over sun appearance to it. I have it currently growing in a mesh basket, but that's because I have an automatic drip and plants get wet and needs to dry off fast. I think that this plant will grow well in any media or temp, but I have had problems using LFS and a mor loose mix with peat, perlite and fine bark have done excellent for me always!
I am also inclined to adopt Sunbelle's Cedar Mulch as it is a good fibrous mix almots like LFS without the rapid breakdown as it. But also add some porous material in it as well.
But I do fertilize, so if you fertilize, you may consider using something else besides LFS. As this will break down rapidly turning to mush.
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