Panman wrote:Very nice plants. Tree rats are a huge problem and, so far, no one has come up with an option other than cages or netting. I lost one plant to squirrels, not that it died (although I am sure it did), but I literally never found the plant. Another one took me 10 minutes to find in the yard. So this was my solution.
Wow that's an impressive plant-cage! If I was making a structure that big I'd just turn it into a greenhouse or a cold-frame at that point. I can't really do that yet but someday I sure want one!
Ewreck wrote:I like the pitcher that photo bomb in the background lol
LOL yeah that's just one wonky pitcher that leaned over off of my oreo x leuco. That particular pitcher isn't in the best condition but it's also growing prettier new ones.
MaxVft wrote:Those plants look great, although the Red Dragon looks like it could use a bit more light
I was thinking that myself! They are on a deck/patio that is on the west side of the house, but a small part of the house is to the south of that deck too so somewhat blocks light. They get a lot of direct sun in the afternoon and evening but basically no direct sun in the morning. It's not enough that they aren't healthy, (they have all been steadily growing) but I guess things don't color up quite as dramatically as I'd like.