huntsmanshorn

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  1. The best schizandra I ever grew I grew in an unheated room in an East facing window, growing in lfs, watered with distilled water enough to keep it nice and damp but not soaking wet. Temps were never higher (and often lower) then 15/16C for the high and about 4C, or a bit lower, for the low, humidity was around 70% to 80%+. Plant went from about a centimeter across when I got it in November to about 15 or 16 centimeters in March when it flowered. Unfortunately, when summer rolled around and the temps went up, it promptly died. .
  2. P. agnata is one of the easiest house plants I've ever grown.
  3. 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.
  4. WOW! Boy, do mine have a ways to go!
  5. Very interesting, it makes me wonder what they would trap if there weren't any wasps.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.