Re: [aroid-l] potting medium for Anthurium
- Subject: Re: [aroid-l] potting medium for Anthurium
- From: "Derek Burch" email@example.com
- Date: Sat, 31 May 2003 20:49:50 -0400
- Importance: Normal
It is really all in the watering. I think that you can grow almost
anything in almost anything if you can get the watering right. So, much
of what I do (and perhaps most people would say the same) is to make it
harder to make mistakes in keeping the medium too wet or too dry. For
me, this means a mix of a largely organic material(s) with something
that gives guaranteed drainage - perlite, coarse sand (or coarse grit if
you are in UK).
I, personally, would find fine orchid bark by itself to dry out too
quickly, but as I first said, it is all in the watering. . .
Not much help with specific advice - sorry about that, but until you
learn to water whatever you choose as a medium, in a way that
corresponds to the plant's needs, you will always be struggling. Derek
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On Behalf Of piaba
Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2003 4:02 PM
Subject: [aroid-l] potting medium for Anthurium
i've started some seeds of Anthurium in sphagnum moss
and now i'm starting to transplant into larger pots.
what do you think of using fine orchid bark mix as a
potting medium for anthuriums? since they grow side
by side on trees, i'd think it's ok to use the same
medium. what are your thoughts/experiences with this?
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