Q.I Have Dichidia Pectinoides Tiny Seedlings In Light Sphagnum Moss That Are Doing Well. What Do I Do Once They Are Larger?
I have grown these seedlings from seeds produced from my dichidia pectinoides. They are doing quite well — and a lot of them are growing in the small pots of moss I have them in. I mist them every morning and they are in the shade. How long should I wait to transplant them? Should I put some of them in a coconut husk with sphagnum moss eventually? I am so excited about this! I must have about 15 seedlings! Thank you for your help.
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Your zone will be zone 10 in your area. This means that they will do fairly well in your area without much help. I would, carefully, get them into the final media, which should be shredded bark and coconut coir, as soon as you can.
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