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Old 05-22-2020, 05:18 PM
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Makes sense...seems like bogs are pretty much a sh environment if not totally hydro.
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I just wish I had success with carnivorous plants. They donít like me. Perhaps Iíll try again with SH. At least I know what Iím doing with using it. Goals.
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when any of my big saracenea are dividable you know where i'll send em
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It's similar to how I propagate Pogonia. I drill drainage holes about an inch below the rim and pack the container to that point with wet lfs. I lay a division on top and cover it with a layer of live Sphagnum.
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Subrosa. What is wet lfs?
And also what are pogonias
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Subrosa. What is wet lfs?
And also what are pogonias
Wet long fibered Sphagnum moss. Pogonias are a genus of mostly bog dwelling orchids. I grow several clones of our native rose Pogonia, P. ophioglossoides and a clone of a Japanese species P. japonica.
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Amazing! And I just looked it up. The one species is found in Florida!
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