Re: (Fwd) Re: A. titanum
Thank you for your input.
> Regards further cultural info, I'll defer to others,
> except to say that
> titanum seedlings do not seem to like any weather
> cooler than 60F.
The temp. in the pot is 80F. this evening and probably warmer during the
day. Added to that is lots of moisture. The seed, though just sitting
on top of soil, is wet to say the least. I look at it quite often which
lets air in, but might it need more air circulation to prevent rot?
What do think about using a rot deterent? It probably wouldn't need it
if I got the conditions right, but I'm not sure what those are.
> (PS - how is the Anthurium halmoorei
Halmoorei is doing great. It's a very easy plant to cultivate. It
takes a lot of guff. My main plant (the one given the room to grow) is
30" tall and the leaves fall about 32" out to the sides. I have three
more surviving well in cramped conditions. We call it the Zelda plant.
Anyone familiar with Zelda 'The Ocarina of Time' will know what I mean.
If you aren't, either get the game or find a child (or an adult child)
and borrow it. One of the designers must have been familiar with