Help With Pamianthe!

Adam Fikso
Wed, 01 Sep 2010 22:03:06 PDT
Re plants I know little about and about which there's little 
information...the climatic information is often available on the Internet, 
with a serarch that goes like:  Lowest recorded temperature Kazan Gol,--  
or,-- Mpumalanga temperature extremes, can often bringn you useful 
information from there or nearby, especially if one factors in  geography or 
uses words like--  winds at  Three Sisters Canyon--  topology of.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Josh Young" <>
To: "PBS List" <>; "International Bulb Society" 
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2010 8:27 PM
Subject: [pbs] Help With Pamianthe!

Hi Guys,

I have a few Pamainthe Peruviana, they're doing alright, putting out nice
green leaves but I want to make sure I don't lose them. I have them planted 
a mixture of bark chips, hort. charcoal and vermiculite. I have 3 of them in 
gallon pot and I've recently decided to put a hole in the side of the pot to 
in drainage and air flow. I have them in a very shaded area with no direct
sun? How often should I water? I assume they should stay moist? There is
almost NO information on this Genus anywhere...

ANY advice would be great, how long before they mature? They're maybe 2
years old now?

Also, if anyone has a source for seed or plants I would be utterly excited
that way I can get a few more and have a better chance at learning and 

Thanks So Much Guys,
Anderson, IN

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