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Ludisia discolor

This is a discussion on Ludisia discolor within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; OH! He is in the 2nd photo! Now I see him! That was much easier. ...

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    OH! He is in the 2nd photo! Now I see him! That was much easier. I was looking in the 1st photo.

    Thanks for clearing that up.


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    NO FAIR!! I found him without help!! *sulking pettily*

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    Is it easy to grow?

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    Didn't have too much trouble finding the froggie butt -- like Di, without "cheating". But then perhaps I'm more used to keeping my eyes out for "critters"

    The flowers of Ludisia [aka Haemaria] aren't tremendously stunning or showy. I allow mine to bloom when it feels like it just for the heck of it. The foliage is nicer than the flowers.

    Nora, they're very easy to grow. At my old os, we had trouble getting anyone to bid on divisions brought in for auction because everyone already had one and they usually grow like weeds. Always floored me when I' see them being advertised as "rare" on __________________ as well as some of the bids I would see for a single growth. If you're paying more than 10-15$ for a single growth you are paying waaaaaayyyyyyyy too much.
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    I saw his little green behind immediately. Cute butt, by the way...


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