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    Cool Some updated pics of my cephalotus!

    Here are multiple pics of my cephs that i took this week. They are starting to really grow. The Hummer's Giant has several bloom stalks.

    Enjoy!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/minicat...827269/detail/

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    Looks cool!

    I wish my moss would grow like that.

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    Lookin good!
    What are your conditions?
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    Very nice! What are your growing conditions?
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    Great Cephs Peter!
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    The three are grown in an unheated greenhouse. About 60% shade. I have potted them in deep 6 inch pots. I don't keep them sitting in water. I water about once a week overhead. Temps are about 38 degrees to about 85.
    All 3 of these came back from the brink of death when i use to grow them indoors under lights. I think it got way too hot in the summer and rot had set in.
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    Hey,
    I think I can provide the right temps I am just worried about humidity(either to low or to high) so if you can figure it out, what is the humidity?
    Thanks,

    -Josh
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    High humidity is not needed. They are at about 40-60% humidity. I find it best if they are not in a terrarium type environment. They need good air circulation.
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