- Sat Apr 11, 2020 2:40 pm
Soil should be a 1:1 ratio of perlite (or sand) and sphagnum peat moss. You can also use pure long fibered sphagnum moss. Your current soil will not allow proper aeration for the roots. I don't know fine about coconut husks, so maybe someone else will chime in.
If you have a balcony of something like that, that would be great. Someone on the forums was able to stick the pots to the outside window so the plant gets sun. An East facing window should keep it alive, but it won't be healthy. Put in in a South facing window if you can't put it outside.
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