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You have the touch. I had one in water and it did nothing.
That is very interesting. Triploid?
Very pretty! Thanks for giving me the name of the ground orchid!
Giga - Me too, and I have also noticed them develop different colors and patterns when placed in different locations.Lancashire rose - That is odd indeed. I keep mine in a somewhat shady spot and occasionally refill the water but other than that I do not do anything to them until roots have formed.Andrew - I think it might be. With so many new and ever stranger-looking Solenostemon cultivars being bred and brought to market in recent years it would not be surprising.lotusleaf - You are welcome... :)Arati - Thanks for stopping by. I really enjoyed all the beautiful shots you posted over the past days.
thank you for visiting and for your comments! i hope you (and your plants) are doing well despite the recent snow storms we've been hearing about in the news. no blackouts in your part of the country i hope
Arati - Luckily we did not lose power and most of my outdoor plants - with the exception of a few hardy sedums and sempervivums that I keep on the apartment windowsill - are safe in my family's garden in Michigan, where so far the weather has behaved in accordance with the season.
Thanks for stopping by!