|Quote: from Tamlin Dawnstar on 12:47 am on April 8, 2002|
I keep mine wet, with visable water showing at the surface of the substrate. *They are in an undrained glass bowl in a dmall terrarium.[/QUOTE]
Interesting, I would have thought they would prefer drained soil. I think I'll try that... I have some excellent containers with no drainage.
mine grow in a bright place (protected from too much direct sun during summer, but definitly in a bright place !).
´Humidity of 70% seems to be enough, I had grown some them on a humid windowsill without any problems.
I wouldn't mist them.
Dr adelae likes a wet substrat and grows well on the tray system :
almost white flower :
Martin you always seem to have the healthiest plants. What is your secret!? Lots of dew even when not being in greenhouse or terrarium! Is Germany that humid?
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