Anyone Growing 'The Queen of the Night' Selenicereus grandiflorus

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Partager
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Anyone Growing 'The Queen of the Night' Selenicereus grandiflorus -

Post by Partager » Thu Nov 19, 2009 9:54 pm

I had a few cuttings but had very little success keeping them alive. Now I believe I have lost 5 cuttings rot with one left, which is beginning to not look so good. They have been kept in a variety of places to try to prevent this.

Where do you grow yours? Normal cactus soil? Light conditions? Heat? Indoors outdoors? Pictures would be well appreciated.

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Re: Anyone Growing 'The Queen of the Night' Selenicereus grandiflorus -

Post by Kadakuda » Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:00 am

like she said :)

mine are completely ignored as well, and get along fine. the closest thing i can think of is treat them like Hylocereus.

whats your soil...i dont know why they would rot unless they are really really wet or cold and wet.

mine are in full sun for about 5-6 hours a day.

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Re: Anyone Growing 'The Queen of the Night' Selenicereus grandiflorus -

Post by meme » Fri Apr 22, 2011 2:08 pm

Try stagnant hydro a la peyote pink's pereskiopsis in test tube method.

It is the only non-pereskia I have found adapted so well to hydro.

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