Good growing, Jack
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another update the pitcher shown before has died now but it has a several new nice ones....each one getting bigger than the last...should start vining soon
and here is a baby seedgrown glabrata that i got from zero as a gift a couple-few months ago, sharing a pot with a baby seedgrown gymnamphora also from him, neither has skipped a beat.
What kind of soil do you guys use?
My glab doesnt seem to be growing at all
So pretty airy stuff like hamata likes?
Got mine in 50%peat 50% lfs/perlite atm but it's quite compacted compared to the stuff i see other ppl use.
i would definitely atleast add some more perlite to the mix....the top layer IMO is better with a high amount of LFS (atleast when the plant is older) because at a point, adventually the plant will only pitcher when its tendrils are in a humid location...so when they rest in LFS, boom. haha.
smaller plants dont seem to mind as much.
Guess ill have to repot it then, atm theres no lfs on the top.
How is the Highland Glabrata doing?
If it does pretty good then maybe I'll get one.
Originally Posted by lizasaur