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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Dischidia and Airplant Species

 I would consider a great achievement to study these particular species - Epiphytes.
These Discihidia species somehow are a mystery to me.

I can't fathom how these leafy plant just manage with water - hanging and cascading easily. Propagation proved futile as they are not an easy plant to work with. I'm still discovering their characteristics and hoping someday to uncover their hidden secrets.

Here with me are:

1) Dischidia oiantha
2) Dischidia pectinoides - Ant Plant, Kangroo Pouch
3) Dischidia nummularia - Button Orchids.

4) Collection of Airplants.

1 comment:

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Hi James! I like your plants, they look so exotic for me. Dischidia in the first pictures has beautiful leaves; I love the color!

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