Phycella bicolor

Diana Chapman
Tue, 30 Oct 2018 10:09:36 PDT
I grow P. bicolor and P. ignea and both bloom and do well for me.  I 
grow them in deep five gallon pots, in a mixture of mostly pumice, with 
about 30% potting mix that is mostly peat (no wood products). I allow 
the pots to dry out almost completely in summer and have had no problems 
with rot.  They get fertilized with a soluble fertilizer about once a 
month while in growth.  I do not provide extra heat and my greenhouses 
go down to about 35F on cold nights, but heat up to about 70-80F on warm 
sunny winter days.

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