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Old 05-13-2018, 05:07 PM
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The lindenii I've had for six months now and they're still growing new roots. There is over a dozen of them growing! For me, these things are easier to grow than phals(I've killed more phals than ghosts). They appearenty like being in my shower and getting tap water(one's root growth is 2cm!).

Also, does anyone know where to get d. porrectus? Cause I wanna try them.
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Andy's Orchids has Dendrophylax porrectus currently listed for sale. It is listed as Harisella porrecta.
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My progress in Dendrophylax sallei cultivate:

October, after repotting on hygrolon


November


Early winter


Winter


Early spring


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The lindenii I've had for six months now and they're still growing new roots. There is over a dozen of them growing! For me, these things are easier to grow than phals(I've killed more phals than ghosts). They appearenty like being in my shower and getting tap water(one's root growth is 2cm!).

Also, does anyone know where to get d. porrectus? Cause I wanna try them.
can you post a pic when possible?
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Th whole genus is fantastic, there is tons of variety, I want to grow them all!!
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My progress in Dendrophylax sallei cultivate:

October, after repotting on hygrolon


November


Early winter


Winter


Early spring


Today
This... This is root porn
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They look awesome! They are clearly loved the care that you have given them!! Nice work!

I had been growing several seedlings for over a year. Last summer, they were outside. They were covered with live Spanish moss. The squirrels decided to steal everything off of that pot, the Spanish moss and every single one of my established seedlings (at least I assume that it was squirrels).

I'm not ashamed to say that I did shed a few tears over that. I was so happy that they were thriving under my care to lose them that way completely stunk, especially since I deflasked them myself!
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aw, nikkik, that is awful!!
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