- Thu Oct 31, 2019 1:04 am
I live in Northern Texas, but I keep them under grow lights in an environment where it's never above 80, and never below 65.
Also, is all the moss in the regular sandersonii pot a problem? Will the utric eventually smother it out or does it prevent it from spreading? When I received the plant it had moss growing in it, while the "blue" was clean.
I've had these two Sandersonii for a while now and the "blue" just won't flower for some reason. The regular sandersonii flowering on the left, which looks rather pathetic (it's recovering from being burned) has no issue shooting up tons of flowers despite having so little foliage. However, the "blue" on the right, which is as healthy and beautiful as can possibly be, with such a dense amount of leaves has not once flowered. Is there a trick to the "blue" versions? Am I wasting my time?