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Old 22nd June 2009, 07:04 PM
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The lowest layer is......I forgot what sand is that.Washed and sieved.The next one is fine sand.Washed and...not sieved because I tried it and it just"dissapeared".The next very thin layer is some pebbles.Washed.Then it's SM.
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Old 23rd June 2009, 06:10 PM
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THe lowest layer is foundation sand.And I mist it twice a day."The Savage Garden"says it can lower the temperature and make the air circulate.
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Those Helis are very well developed plants. Say, whats that Nep in the bottom right corner?
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since MARVIN, how your heliamphora grow in this terra ?

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Erm actually they died already....probably rot
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this terra was closed? no ventilation?

which substrate you had used?

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this terra was closed? no ventilation?

which substrate you had used?

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Yup...supposed to be 'No need to water for a few months'But I think I sprayed too much water..Foundation soil, then peat then sphagnum moss
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your terra was closed ? have you a air circulation inside ?

foundation soil = sand ?

your heliamphora was always in pot ?


I think the sand was not necessary , just for the deco then.


you put your heliamphora with the pot in your terra , you fit out with sphagnum alive or died around the pot( to keep a good hygrometry), you fill the pitcher with rain water , you spray .

and you wait for that your terra condition is right , no spray just fill the pitcher when there are no water inside .


perhaps have you make this method ?

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