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>Cold feet is not a problem for lace plants. Mr. Sexton has grown them in
>manure(Hummmm! was it Cat manure/feces<g>?)
Sheep manure, from the hardware store. An inch below 4" of sand.
Keep them cool. Feel well, LOTS of light and water movement. You
can move them once a year but that's IT. I've grown them in soft
and hard water. Acid and Alkaline.
They'll actually do ok in low light but won't grow as big.
When/if they flower, fertilize more. You need two plants
to get viable seeds and the seedlings aren't hard to grow.
Richard J. Sexton richard at aquaria_net
Maitland House, Bannockburn, Ontario, Canada, K0K 1Y0 +1 (613) 473 1719