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Thread: Helis are doing well

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    Update on the heterodoxa x minor to show you guys how much bigger it already is since the first update.
    (and it just made it's biggest pitcher)




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    Forgot this pic

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    what media are you using? is that sphagnum, charcoal, perlite?

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    Beautiful plants you have there

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    Thanks dyzio.

    @pebes, mostly sphagnum with a bit of charcoal, perlite, orchid bark, and choir.

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    looking good luca, u da helimeister

    Ive used net pots for helis in the past, great for small ones but heli roots are too "adventurous"
    The tend to wonder outside of the pot very quickly, dont really recommend them long term

    but ymmv

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    villosaholic Heli's Avatar
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    LOL helimeister. That's gonna be my avatar sig. The pulchella seems to do ok with the net pot for now. Once I make my Greenhouse though it will be upgraded to a bigger solid pot.

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    pulchella would do better long term in a net pot than say folliculata, but (IMHO) in the case of heliamphora, I see no advantage to net pots

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