1.25.2012


My new staghorn, everyone.

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    1. Thanks, Anabela. I liked seeing one growing vertical compared to the wall mounted guys.

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  2. Why this type of plant? I love the exposed roots in the glass.

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    1. I have so many sun-hogging plants, that I thought a fern would be nice. I love the roots, too, and the way the leaves twist like it's got a mind of its own.

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  3. I had one for many years,
    a shame it died!

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    1. Oh, I have had such trouble with ferns in the past. Keeping my fingers crossed (and my spray bottle handy) for this one!

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  4. I always find these very strange plants, but also very gorgeous.

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    1. I was on the fence for a while, Lisa, but eventually landed on the "gorgeous" side too. :)

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  5. hello new staghorn :) i think its the first time i am introduced to a staghorn. have to find out how its called in german...

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    1. You should! I'd love to see the photos you'd take of it—such a diva plant.

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  7. What a beauty!! She's dancing!

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    1. Thanks, Mika. :) The leaves have such movement, especially with the shadows in the photo.

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  8. oh, i also have one if this at home. in spanish they are known as "cuerno de alce" which means moose antler's :)

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    1. Strange how much they resemble a creature, huh?

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    1. Thanks, Lotte. Do you have any ferns in your collection?

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