Re: Species suited to a water wall
- Subject: Re: Species suited to a water wall
- From: "windy aubrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 17:06:40 -1000
TOO-OOO COOL Michael!!
I sell plants time to time to collectors in NY
and often fantasize on how their apartments might look.
Now I can really appreciate the full intensity and
devotion a plant grower like yourself has gone into to produce such a
fantastic home for these tropicals.
Could you elaborate on your set up? I need to
know more. It truly is beautiful.
Thanks for sharing,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 1:40
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Species suited to
a water wall
Well, there are "water walls" and there are "water walls", meaning that
there is no generic definition of such. Yours sounds more like an
Ecuadorean mountainside, which is quite exciting and has infinite
possibilities. My walls are much different in their substrate, their
water source, their light source, their temperature range and, the fact that
they are in a New York City apartment on the second floor of a building.
Other than that ... everything is the same. You will identify a thousand
little ecosystems with all variations of the above required elements and then
you start to figure out what will grow there. Then, if they are not
happy you move them, quickly, before they die. It is purely a
horticultural situation because you control all or most of the elements and
their consistency. What a great and exciting challenge, but there are no
New York NY
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