I received my first Ping last week!!
I got a P. agnata x moranensis from California Carnivores. It's still really small, but I'm really excited about it. I did some reading before I got it, so I know a little about the winter dormancy for Mexican Pings and to let the soil dry out. I'm pretty sure mine is out of it's dormancy because the leaves look sticky, so I'm using the tray method to water it with distilled water. Right now I have it sitting in a south facing kitchen window that gets lots of light. I have no idea what the humidity is, but it's sitting above my kitchen sink in my house in Louisiana. The AC is running, so that will remove some humidity, but I imagine the humidity is still pretty high. I keep my house at about 69 degrees at night and 71 during the day....I'm sure it gets warmer in the window with the sunlight. It seems to be happy and doing well. I was really just wondering if I am doing everything correctly and if there are any tips anyone can give me. I'm most concerned about watering it. Will the tray method keep it too wet?
Also, I did a little bit of internet shopping over the weekend , and ordered a P. x 'sethos'. I haven't received it yet, but any tips for that one are appreciated too.