Atroviolacia in a greenhouse. how hot is too hot?
I made a makeshift greenhouse w/ wood and the plastic that you put on the floor to cover when painting. I have my little Lako seedling, the Atro I just bought and my vittata in there.
I'm trying to keep the Lako and Atro in the "tropical" growing environment and it seems to be doing OK after a week but I'm still paranoid about what I'm doing.
I'm keeping the soil moist but when I checked the water level in the culm of the atro it was pretty hot. I checked the temp of the soil and it was 90+ degrees.
Is this putting it in danger? Could the heated water in the culm burn it or hinder the growth of the Atro? Though it's not in direct sun, how hot can it get without damaging my boo?