Growing setups for Fast Growing Plants

Freshly started bins of Pearcea hypocyrtifolia and various Pilea species.  These are repotted every 3-6 months, and the process repeated ad infinitum.  They seem to grow significantly better on fresh potting soil.  After a desirable base number of plants is established, the repotting is done to maintain nice looking plants, not increase production.  The larger pots at the base of the Pilea bin are second copies of the mother plants (backup stock kept elsewhere for better protection against possible disease). *updated photos to come in 3-6 months.*

Pearcea three months apart, which had been harvested regularly during that period.

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