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Re: lambii [was:Re: Need amorphophallus ID]

  • Subject: Re: lambii [was:Re: Need amorphophallus ID]
  • From: Zanezirklejr@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 17:08:51 -0400 (EDT)

Summer temps in the greenhouse get up to 105 Farenheit at high sun, and somewhere between 65-78 Farenheit at night. During the winter I keep the heat in the greenhouse at a constant 60 Farenheit. I bought my lambii as a plant probably 1-2 years old, and had to bring them in because the heat and sun is too hot for them, and me. You can take a shower and put on clean clothes, and go out in the shade and almost immediately you're soaking wet from sweat. I also have 2 high power attic fans (moving 19,000 cfm of air each) to pull heat out of the greenhouse during the summer.
In a message dated 7/22/2011 3:06:27 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, StroWi@t-online.de writes:


you have a very nice collection and I wonder what your growing condition are since you can grow lambi in your greenhouse.

I had 3 lambii seedlings last year, but lost them probably due to low temperatures during winter time.

How are the temperatures in you greenhouse (max/min)?

Happy growing, Bernhard.

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