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  1. I've had excellent success. For me it grows even better on coir than on peat. What is important is that you check the salt content of the coco-peat. Additionally, I found out is that Sphagnum loves being showered often: really let the water flow generously through the substrate - works well in pots, but also in barrels if you have a hole 5-10 cm from the soil surface where the water can exit). This way you can counteract the salt build-up and in part the blackening of the Sphagnum heads. Good luck and keep us updated!!
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