- Tue Jan 25, 2022 6:46 am
Likely it is a goner. While this species generally slows down during the winter, it does will with steady conditions that do not involve it drying completely out. This variety likes damp conditions and can even survive submersed for a time. It is more sensitive during the winter than the fall. I wonder if it was exposed to severe cold during shipment before you got it. I grow mine in lfsm that is in a tray of water all the time. It is an easy ping to grow and very interesting due to its starting plants form leaf tips and possibly roots established in the fall (I see new plants emerge from areas that I did not notice any leaves the previous growing season). This was my first ping ever and turned me into a ping collector. Don't give up on it, but do give it stable conditions. Good luck with it. If it does not survive, let us know. It is worth a second try.