Post by mannyherrera on Jan 19, 2007 19:31:28 GMT 7
Thanks. I have them in jars/bowls because they will have to be grown indoors for most of the year here. I can only grow them outdoors in full sun from early winter through early spring. The rest of the year it's too hot and humid outdoors for them. When indoors I grow them in windowsills.
It wouldn't be too difficult to move them if they needed it. Ping roots are so short they can easily be lifted, you might damage a leaf but it won't matter.
would I be right in thinking you have a Tina, a weser and an aphrodite there? All are pretty tough little plants, so a spell inside shouldn't do them much harm as soon as conditions are good again they will recover quickly and look great again.
for pinguicula ,my speciality, it is very dangerous to grow all the genus in full sun. all the time in shade , winter,summer,springs,automn . in winter from the mexican species without water or very lightly all the mexican species in a mineral soil .