Post by Martin Hingst on Jul 22, 2008 19:23:41 GMT
Great pictures Brian
Very nice perspective, good exposed and a nice layer of sharpness (or whatever the correct English word is ), esp. in the second picture - very clever not to focus on the top of the first flower's sepals
Hello All! Here's some updated current shots of one of my multi-crowned Roridula gorgonias in full flower. It most definitely enjoys the slightly cooler Fall temperatures and is being grown outside in full sun at this time. I hope everyone enjoys the pics!
Hi there, Cindy. In my experience, Roridula seem to appreciate highland conditions the most. I keep humidity levels around 60% maximum and temps from 50F to 78F. This species detests it's leaves being saturated for any long period of time and unless you have a colony of Pameridea to keep caught insects in check, the carcasses will lend to fungal infections on the leaves and ultimately, the plant!