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Old 05-23-2021, 12:46 PM
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Some photos for your enjoyment.
This one is a Noid. It is constantly growing and blooming. It smells like wax candles but you can only feel it if you stuck your nose in the flower.
It likes to swim so I give it plenty of water and let the pot sit in a water pool.
It has a fern growing also...didn't remove it because, as I've said multiple times, I'm lazy. But a good justification is that the fern helps to retain water in the mix.







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How unusual and eye-catching. I was under the impression that the blooms settled more closely to the base of the leaves but I love how these have a pendant nature to them. Very nice arrangement.
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How unusual and eye-catching. I was under the impression that the blooms settled more closely to the base of the leaves but I love how these have a pendant nature to them. Very nice arrangement.
I'm not sure but most of the photos of plants from this genus show pendant blooms like these.

The arrangement...well, the fern just happened to grow there. I just let it be.
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Nice! I actually just picked up an amizonica today.
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Super easy to grow here. And the flower are wow
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I'm not sure but most of the photos of plants from this genus show pendant blooms like these.

The arrangement...well, the fern just happened to grow there. I just let it be.
Seems I was thinking of Chondrorhynca...duh. But I like yours better.
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