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Old 09-16-2015, 01:12 AM
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Mine lost a leaf, but is growing a fat new root! I'm so glad it's growing!!
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I just bought one! I re-potted it into LECA and a basket pot. From the look of the roots, that was a good decision. I put it in the miniature heated greenhouse with the Phals. It should be happy there.
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Mine is doing pretty well. I think it could use more humidity. I water it thoroughly in the morning, but the roots shrivel a bit by evening. It is growing though. I think it is going to be challenging to keep my humidity high enough in the winter when I crank up the heat. hmmmmm....
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Not seeing a ton of new growth here. I'm considering changing it's potting situation and moving it into the terrarium. It has lost two leaves and grown one root. Is anyone seeing a lot of growth with these and if so, what are your conditions like?
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Still not a lot of movement from mine. Hoping that with the warm weather I'll see some growth.
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I am getting a lot of new roots but no sign of new fans or flowers.
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Introducing Podangis dactyloceras 'Dink Dink' CCM/AOS. I am so proud of this plant. Last year it had 2 small spikes and about 20 flowers. This year, 14 spikes and 122 flowers! I was awarded an 85 pt Certificate of Cultural Merit today.
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Wow, that's beautiful!
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yes amazing, how do you grow it?!
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There are so many flowers! I don't think I have ever seen so many, it's just beautiful.


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