You could also cut a piece of window screen or other suitable mesh to fit the large diameter of the liquor bottle you have there and let them grow into the neck. The fact that you have a cap on the end would actually make it very convenient to do water changes without disrupting the plant itself.
It was what I would consider the "basic" variety. Pink outside with white flesh dotted with black seeds. Texture was like a combination of kiwi and pear complete with the sensation of sclereids.
Very bland over all. The flavors were there if you wanted to find them but very subtle.
Haha yeah it is really simple. Not sure what kind of fruit you would get but it could be fun little project.
I was so excited to try dragon fruit thinking it would be like a sweet milky vanilla creme flavor. Got all those seedlings going and then tried the fruit... a deranged lovechild of a...
I'm coming into this pretty late but if you are looking for dragon fruit seeds and have access to the actual fruit, all of those little black seeds are viable.
What I normally do is cut the white/pink/yellow part of the fruit into small cubes and press them through a small strainer...
Bitten by the bug of bug biting botanicals.
Best of luck! There are a lot of knowledgeable people here who can help you out. I think you'll be happy to find out that a lot of nice stuff can be grown without any kind of terrarium or supplemental conditioning. Feel free to hit me up again here...
I'm unfortunately not in a position to offer CP's this year but I may have some orchids I could put up. I'm hoping beyond all hope for some N. ampullaria though... Nothing fancy just some green speckled or tricolor.
I have a bag full of D. filiformis seed if you are interested. Age may be an issue but I have 5 or more flower spikes worth. I have location data to accompany it as well.
Interested in the N. attenboroughii.