I met someone who has a variegated ivy plant that from time to time puts out vines with pure white leaves. Does anybody know about this? I'm curious if there is a clone or strain of ivy that is pure white?
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2 packs of Admiribilis "floating" seeds 25s ea
1 pack Anglica hawaii kanaele bog 25s ea
unlimited drosera intermedia "Roraima" seeds
Drosera Madagascarensis plants 2+ inches tall
intermedia roraima plants fully mature
2 S. "tarnok" fully mature
1 S. "leuco...
I don't actually remember much or if its even real, just something I for what ever reason feel like I've heard someone talk about in a documentary or something. but I assume it was a song targeted at stimulating plant growth based off the popular idea that classical music and other soothing...
Yea fungus just weirds me out and I don't like the idea of it in my house making spores, so I am kinda the same way. I too love using neem oil in my garden but it stinks too much for indoors otherwise I would.
flushing? I thought that was clear, fungus is feeding on something right so whatever it is needs to be flushed, I just prefer to kill the fungus first .that way I know I am not just watering the fungus. what did you have in mind as for stopping the cause?
I treat moss with peroxide almost weekly( I like to hunt for native aquatic moss), it is all about the ratio you use and how long you do it. 3% Peroxide dip has never killed any of my aquatic moss. that being said I dont doubt if I tried to soak the moss in peroxide like you do with plants it...
I really can't stand backhanded responses like this. for one h202 is found naturally in rain, as you may know h20 = water, as the rain falls through the air it picks up an extra oxygen molecule making h202 aka hydrogen peroxide, it is NOT an artificial compound. with that said, I removed the...
that helps alot considering this culture is maybe a week old, so that is reassuring. Ill keep an eye on it but the main question is still open, anyone with experience using hydro peroxide on sphagnum please step forward.