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  1. P. agnata is one of the easiest house plants I've ever grown.
  2. I grew some S. purpurea seedlings inside and used Osmocote with great results. They grew incredibly fast and after only three years I'm seeing flowers.
  3. WOW! Boy, do mine have a ways to go!
  4. Very interesting, it makes me wonder what they would trap if there weren't any wasps.
  5. It's pretty cheap, just a couple of bucks. I usually just spray the mixture on the leaves so it tends to last a long time. Yes, I'm sure that slow release pellets will work just fine. I just like to spray my plants because it give me a more "hands on" kind of feeling. Just my own personal choice.
  6. Also know as 1/4 teaspoon to one gallon but I thought grams and liters might mean more to some and I wished to be precise.
  7. I use 1.232230403645 grams of "Peters Specialties" water soluble 30-10-10 orchid fertilizer to 3.78541178 liters of distilled water as either a foliar feeding or by root (but usually foliar) once a week. From seed to seven inch leaves in 9 months.
  8. You could give D. hamiltonii a shot.