- Tue May 04, 2021 11:02 pm
So we're already getting summer temperatures in central Florida (90°F and above for the foreseeable future) which is causing my nepenthes pots to dry out quicker than normal, so I end up having to water them about every other day. I have a reverse osmosis unit, but it takes a while to fill up the cat litter jugs that I use and store, bit I tend to use that water for my sarracenia, dews, and flytraps.
So I was wondering if, since nepenthes are more tolerant of hard water, could I just hose them down during the hot afternoons? I think I've heard that nepenthesaroundthehouse does this, and it works well without harm to their plants. Of course.
So what do you guys think? Also, does anybody else take this approach with their neps?
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