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How To: Thunia marshalliana

This is a discussion on How To: Thunia marshalliana within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi All, I heard or read somewhere that I can make propagations from old canes ...

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    Default How To: Thunia marshalliana

    Hi All,

    I heard or read somewhere that I can make propagations from old canes of Thunia marshalliana by cutting them and laying them on sphagnum moss and sticking the whole thing in a bag...

    now the question is... do I put the bag in darkness or sun or somewhere in between. Also, warm or cold or again, somewhere in between. Finally, how long till I see some action happening?


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