Thanks! I've recently purchased a few :) Titanums and have them in my boiler room (the hottest part of my house) with a bucket of water for humidity. I was thinking of moving them out to another room come May. Put them on a heat mat and also they will be able to get some natural light there. My "guys" are only 1/2 inch thick at the base of the leaf structure (they have a ways to go) and came to me potted in a 4" square pot. I was thinking that they should be up potted since some have roots coming out the bottom. Can you repot them at this point? or should I wait?
I guess, If I suggest one important tip that would be> keep an electrical heater blowing onto pot of the tuber ( put also water pots for humidity) Or keep the pot around 85 F constantly. Dont let the temperature of the of the pot fluctuates. my first tuber bloomed was 51 lb .
From: Thom Powell <firstname.lastname@example.org
To: Discussion of aroids <email@example.com
Sent: Sat, 19 Apr 2008 9:50 am
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] My Second Titanum is Blooming within 2 months at The Basement of my Restaurant Cafe Ma
YES!!! Congrats are in order!!!! And it would be very helpful to hear
about how you grew and bloomed them in a basement (for those of us who
are not fortunate enough to have a greenhouse)
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On Apr 19, 2008, at 6:05 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> To: Aroid-L@gizmoworks.com
>> Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 16:21:08 -0400
>> From: email@example.com
>> Subject: [Aroid-l] My Second Titanum is Blooming within 2 months at
>> The Basement of my Restaurant Cafe Mavi, Summit, NJ
> Just a quick note of sincere congratulations on this fantastic
> sucess. I would guess that most on this list will recognize that
> these sucesses did NOT come easy, and you must be a VERY devoted
> grower to get these generally difficult plants not only to grow, but
> also to bloom in the confines of a basement! Enjoy the fruits of
> this wonderful sucess!
> Perhaps later on you will share your methods of cultivating these
> ''monsters'' in the confines of a sunless basement---the lights
> used, methods of keeping the humidity high, fertilization, etc. come
> to mind as questions that might be asked!
> Julius Boos
> WPB, FLORIDA
>>> Interested people are welcomed to see This Baby.
>> We named her GrandCafe Mavi , this one appears to be bigger
>> ( previous one was named Cafe Mavi)
>> Attached are some pictures of previous one (Cafe Mavi) and new
>> Grand Cafe Mavi, It looks good so far.
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