I've got these recently. They were grown under lights and had cooling at night down to the 50s. Humidity is ~85%.
N. hamata (MT)
N. veitchii (Bareo, Wistuba)
N. burbidgeae (crocker range, MT)
N. faizaliana (MT)
N. macrophylla (Wistuba)
N. hamata (Wistuba clone 3)
Anyone with experience growing them in please help me out on these...
1. List them in terms of difficulty to grow in outdoor lowland conditions especially during summer months where the temperature soar. Any particular species that is very fussy and any that is easy.
2. Media. They came in perlite/sphagnum mix. I want to repot them in a looser mix of peat/cocochip/perlite when they are acclimatised to sunlight.
3. Pots. Can those plastic net pots be used to provide more air ventilation to the media?
4. Humidity. Is 60% humidity during the day low or alright? Should there be higher humidity during the temperature drop at night?
Btw, they are very small. About 2"-3" across.
Sorry for so many questions but I am living in the lowest of lowland conditions and I don't want to kill the plants. Thanks!