The Most Uncreative Name in the History of Ever
I always make sure I have a large amount of long-fiber Sphagnum, preferably the New Zealand moss, and peat (which isn't hard to find at all). I don't really grow anything like Cephalotus that has very exacting soil requirements, though.
I hate bugs. Carnivorous plants get me.
Heard of Turface before but never knew it was generic APS, thanks!!!
Originally Posted by 31drew31
the new zealand moss is better ?
Originally Posted by Plant Planter
Apparently it lasts twice as long (or longer) than Chilean sphagnum moss. Plus, they harvest NZ sphagnum moss every few years to allow it to regenerate and it's transported by helicopter to avoid disturbing the habitat.The government has some regulations about harvesting..etc so it's supposedly more Eco-friendly.
Originally Posted by Maiden
Originally Posted by vdub804
Mexican Pinguicula and Drosophyllum.
I'm growing a lot more than CPs so I keep a bit of everything around. I still can not find Turface in TX, even the John Deere stores let me down. But finding good quality sand down here is a nightmare also.
Sphagnum moss, high grade and low grade for packing
Tree Fern Fibers
Very fine Lava Rock - Just started using this stuff about a year ago and I'm loving it.
Used ADA aquasoil