Joined: Tue Oct 11, 2022 9:45 pm
So I recently got a really young Heli. sarracenioides from @Camden (thanks again!) and I was wondering if it'd be useful to do some light soil fertilization for it like with juvenille Sarrs. No, I'm not just asking that because of the species name.
The other question is something that I learned about from the Orchidboard people is that there's such a thing as rooting horomones. From what I gather, most people use Kelpak which its fertilizer profile (I don't know what it's exactly called) is 0-0-1. I was wondering if this could be used for some carnivorous plants when transplanting/repotting.