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Does anyone grow Taeniophyllum fasciola?

This is a discussion on Does anyone grow Taeniophyllum fasciola? within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Does anyone grow Taeniophyllum fasciola indoors successfully and what are your growing conditions like?...

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    Default Does anyone grow Taeniophyllum fasciola?

    Does anyone grow Taeniophyllum fasciola indoors successfully and what are your growing conditions like?

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    Looking up it's native conditions, this plant looks like it would be a candidate for a terrarium where you could control the environment. This plant is found in 'montane' forests, in coastal regions. So you will want to replicate the fog like atmostphere present in the morning and evenings when the clouds give what little moisture these plants receive, for the most part. If you look up this plant under Epidendrum fasciola you will find he species locations and the temperature range to keep it at as well. And lastly being a mountainous species it will be particularly fond of higher air movement. Best of luck...

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