aerial rhizomes/propagules from BX 431

Joe G joseph.andrew.gorman@gmail.com
Wed, 28 Feb 2018 03:52:01 PST
I received aerial rhizomes of Seemannia nematanthoides 'Evita' - there was
a lot of necrosis & some mold by the time they arrived, but they quickly
formed seven tiny underground rhizomes in moist vermiculite from what was
left. After that, I haven't have much luck getting them to grow, I was
hoping they were waiting for longer days/higher temperatures. If they don't
make any moves, I'd love to try again.

-joe


On Feb 28, 2018 12:21 AM, "Dennis Kramb" <dkramb@badbear.com> wrote:

Last fall I donated aerial propagules (that looked like spaghetti strands)
of:

Seemannia gymnostoma (aerial rhizomes)
Seemannia nematanthodes 'Evita' (aerial rhizomes)

I'm wondering if anyone succeeded in getting plants to grow and bloom from
them yet?

Dennis in Cincinnati (preparing a big new donation to the BX of
(underground) rhizomes of Achimenes, xAchimenantha, xGloximannia, and more)
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