So the substrate is just a sphagnum/perlite mix..? I'm still really new to all of this, so I'm trying to pick up as much info as I can. Learn as you go type of thing..
No, all but the last picture are leaf rootings in just perlite, the Sphagnum is removed from where I 'plant' the leaf.
Originally Posted by Hermopolis
For an adult plant, a mix more similar to its natural environment would be used, e.g., a 1:1:1 mix of peat, sand, and perlite. Cephs prefer sandy soils that are fast draining. They do not like sitting in water.
I find a mix of dried NZ Sphagnum moss, perlite, lime-free sand and peat to be a good mix for adult plants.