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Sacoila lanceolata

This is a discussion on Sacoila lanceolata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Molly Taco It is lovely Pat when can I pick up my ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molly Taco View Post
    It is lovely Pat when can I pick up my seedling
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    If you are planning on going to Redlands, I will bring a nice seedling with me, that should bloom next year...

    -Pat

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    Doesn't sand compact and make it difficult for delicate roots? Not sure where I got that from, although I suspect itcould be more to do with fish tanks than house plants...

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    This is a weird terrestrial orchid, Kerry. It's native to Florida, but grows in sandy soil. The roots are very bizzare. They look like tubers - sort of like elongated potatoes.

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    or chili peppers...

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