However I’m starting to doubt the information I was given, and was wondering if someone could update me?
Current care is on whole pumice stones, in bowls of water, under very strong grow lights. Our water is super soft (gh and KH 0-1, ph 6.8). I’ve heard much about overwintering which I didn’t do last winter as I didn’t know how to and didn’t want to risk damaging them. Apparently there are also different subgroups other than Mexican pings?
Current species: (I haven’t written down most of their names so.. I don’t know about some of em)
Sethos - thriving, has tripled in size and produced two massive heads without my initiation
Alfred lau#13 - throwing a tantrum because I had to move it, actually doing very well otherwise. I have a rock saved for only itself because I know they can get MASSIVE.
Esseriana buena vista - I honestly don’t even know which one it is anymore
Weser - seems to be doing well
Pirouette - also doing well
And 4 unknowns, one bright pink and the other brown purplish, another pink with pale yellow leaf rimming, and the rest are just green because my room is very warm and they don’t keep their blushing long. All are doing perfectly fine.