How much water is sufficient for a cobra lily's dormancy cycle? I know they like being flushed regularly & all. But, during dormancy, is there a limit? Is there any cheap ways to stream water through the cobra lily's pot & soil?
Would root rot be a problem as well, or no, if there is good air circulation? Would sunlight be negated at all, through glass by a certain amount? Lastly, if I decided to put the cobra lily in my basement where its cold & completely dark, would it be safe or no?
A lot of questions, but I want this plant to survive, if its alive that is. I feel bad for the plant, I put a lot of good energy into that little one, I want to do all I can to make sure it lives! My other plants are doing good(Butterworts, Tropical pitcher, venus flytrap). Had a few pests, but the garden safe spray, keeps them at bay. I would like to try out the healthier alternatives, mentioned in this topic.
Although, I feel more can be done, I definitely need more lightning. Had a nice light bulb(Cree, 100 watt, 5000k) & light clamp(HDX). Both broke down on me, but if that's the best option out there, might as well, buy them again. I notice even with a 45 watt bulb(Maximum, the light stand can take now), that I started to use, there is a bit better colorization to the plants.
Also, want to mention, I feel foolish, for not opening the other blinds, in my room. Way better sun beaming in here now. Felt that the main one(Where sunlight really shines), was all the plants needed. You learn from your errors, I guess.
Thanks for reading, have a wonderful Wednesday, all!