Brocchinia Reducta Qs
I posted this under another message but wasn't getting any results, so I figured I'd make my own post.
I ordered a seedling Brocchinia reducta that should be showing up in the mail late next week. I would like to grow it outside in the sun so it will develop the more natural tight tube shape and light yellow-green color they have in nature.
Question(s): I am in zone 8b/9a here in TX. It is HOT and HUMID. Will it be too hot to grow this Brom. in full sun? My back porch has really good air movement and gets morning/noon sun, but is shaded in the afternoon. Would that be better than blasting a young plant with the scorching Texas sun all day?
I welcome anyone's opinion on this. Anyone who grows this plant, please share their experiences and growing conditions.