Hi, Looking for these plants......N. Muluensis x Lowii, N. Talangensis & N. Truncata x Ovata. Have considerable of equal value to trade or will consider purchasing. If interested, please respond to my email at email@example.com Please disregard grow list on post......way, way outdated
I have tried several different media's over the years and all with good success. The last year or two I have settled on equal parts peat, perlite and small orchard bark......my second favorite is equal parts peat, perlite and sand.
A little late joining this thread but thought I would post a few pic's of my Cobra's.
Mix is equal parts Peat, Perlite and Orchard Bark. I over head water until it runs out the bottom of the tray where the holes are located approximately 2" from the...
I never change or empty out the water.....I think you can see in the video the water level in the containers which I maintain by adding more water about every 3-4 days or when ever it needs it......they can't be allowed to get low on water. I use no hormones or other additives.
Grow List (Plants With T Available For Trade)
Czech Giant - T
Emu Point Giant
Hummers Giant - T
Phill Mann Clone
Robust - T
Typical - T
Mountain Variety - T
Othello (All Green)
B-52 - T
Thanks JC, my Ceph's have never gone thru a dormancy for over six years as they remain in my house hold environment year round. So, hard for me to answer your question other than I propagate when ever I feel like it year round with the same amount of success.
I do the same Joni most of the time with great results also but for the sake of folks new to these procedures suggest the higher RH for perhaps a little faster and reliable strike time. Hope to see you guys soon.
How I Propagate Cephalotus Video
I put together a little video for my friends on my methods of propagating Ceph's and thought I would post it here it hopes it might be a source of help for someone interested.