Post by emiliasgarden on Mar 4, 2006 7:06:16 GMT 7
I recently bought a Brocchinia reducta. It is a small plant, you can see it bellow:
I would like to hear some advices for those who cultivate this plant. I think it is a really beautiful plant and i want to do correctly the work with my new plant.
I would also like to ask if any of you also cultivate Catopsis berteroniana? I haven't see many pictures of this plant and i would like to see if any of you have pics to share.
The thing is that i heard a botanist in the University of PR saying that Catopsis are found in the wild in PR, including the semi-carnivorous one. So i would like to see pics in order to know if, of the thousand bromeliads i see everyday here, maybe i have seen some Catopsis.
I have my b. reducta all year round in the greenhouse, and not only does it not mind wintery temps (down to the occasionally 6 C in January) and triple daily showers from the watering system, but it's grown from half a foot to an entire foot in the last year. It also loves fertilizer!
Thank you Hans! What kind of fertilizer do you use with your Brocchinia?
The same I'm using for my neps: a weekly normal-strength mix of Hyponex#5, Liquinox B1 and a special super-secret CIA-grade mix of liquid metals created especially for CPs. Not available in stores, a fellow CP freak and chemistry engineer concocted it. I think it's quite similar to Epsom salt.
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