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Re: lillaeopsis

When I was living in So.Cal, I placed some lillaeopsis in a small tub, like
busboys use, with just plain sand and water. It was in direct sun for a few
hours a day. I never added fertilizer ,it did collect leaves and dead bees
and things. Also was a good source of mosquito larva, but anyway. The
plants grew like crazy. I have alway had trouble growing this plant indoors
and I think it is due to low light levels. Other plants that are able to
reach the 440W of light thrive. Just thought you might want to try more
light as a solution to your stagnant growth.

Larry Jones
ljjones at students_wisc.edu