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Old 10-20-2018, 06:54 AM
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Very nice! what's the growing temperature ?
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Very nice! what's the growing temperature ?
I grow my plants in south-facing balcony covered by large glass windows. During summer, it is around 34C day/26C night, and 24C day/15C night during winter. At now, it is around 26C during the day and 19C at night.

Around January, the night temperature outside can plummet down to -15C, and my balcony, even with all that insulation, cools down to around 12C, so I use a heating mat to keep some cold-intolerant species warm enough to survive the cold winter nights. When the sun rises, the temperature recovers quickly so it seems ok.
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Great looking flower, color and shape, bellina's have come a long way in species improvement. I bought 2 in May 2018 in bud/bloom and they are still blooming. You are right to be concerned about temps with bellinas, they do not like temps below 60 F.... thanks for posting
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I grow my plants in south-facing balcony covered by large glass windows. During summer, it is around 34C day/26C night, and 24C day/15C night during winter. At now, it is around 26C during the day and 19C at night.

Around January, the night temperature outside can plummet down to -15C, and my balcony, even with all that insulation, cools down to around 12C, so I use a heating mat to keep some cold-intolerant species warm enough to survive the cold winter nights. When the sun rises, the temperature recovers quickly so it seems ok.
Many thanks for the detailed information!

I am considering to buy one but a bit concerned that the temperature at my place may be too low for P. Belina. Summer around 22-28, night 18-22. winter 15-20, night 12-18.

Btw, what variety is your P. Belina? 'Miki'?
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