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Pied mère dans le gypse

It changes green salads

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2 hours ago, lucien01700 said:

Pied mère dans le gypse

It changes green salads

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Beautiful clump of plants, Lucien!!! Really stunning:thumbsup:

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Thank you Richard!
My substrate is composed of sand N ° 3, peat, aqualite, granulated clay for the cuttings
For the mother plant the substrate is composed of sand, sand cat litter and gypsum in the form of crushed "sand rose"

Cuttings


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Thanks Lucien. Do you have to add much gypsum or granulated clay? I'm thinking about mine.

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J'ajoute environ une pincée d'argile granulée pour un pot de 7x7. Du sable # 3 environ 4 pincées, et le reste du pot de sable rose concassé fin et moyen  (désert de gypse, ou concrétion de calcaire)

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best substrate for gypsicola is pure soft travertine. or aerated concrete brick is also good.

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Just don't let the pot share the tray with other CPs which will object to the calcium leeching out into the traywater.

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