Ok Tennis, let me see if I have this right. Four years ago you put a 3 growth micranthum in this basket. You made this basket correct? What are the dimensions? You had no concerns of over potting? I assume you are growing this and the armeniacum outside most of the year or not true? So to keep the right moisture level in the basket did have to water every day back 4 years ago? As for the moss, I realize you lined the outside walls of the basket to keep the mix in but is there also moss mixed in
with the fine seedling bark as well? One last question, is there any difference between the potting style of the micranthum and the armeniacum?
The reason for all my questions is for a single growth plant of both I have. Of course I'm tied of killing these two species. So far it appears I'm on the right track for the micranthum. Judgement is still out on the armeniacum. They're both in plastic net pots with a larger bark but the moss is enter
mixed, maybe a 80/20 ratio. To keep the moisture content high enough both net pots are set in solid plastic pots (see pic). New roots are emerging from the micranthum (2nd pic) my concern, should I leave it alone or move it to a larger basket? Currently in a 3" net.View attachment 39142
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