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The 2 new must haves: sedirea japonica, and Leptotes Bicolor

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    Default The 2 new must haves: sedirea japonica, and Leptotes Bicolor

    I came across these 2 just yesterday and I am so envious I got to have them! Anyone grow either of them?
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    I grow both. Leptotes Bicolor I grow mounted in Phal light. Sedirea japonica I grow medium light in good Sphag moss.

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    They both have beautiful blooms. I too would love to have them.

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    You can pot the Leptotes right ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidbaby View Post
    You can pot the Leptotes right ?
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    Probably best grown on a cork or treefern mount however pot culture may be suitable if it is given a chance to ramble over the edges of the pot.

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