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Thread: Rose Pogonia cuttings

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    Wow they are beautiful!

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    Oh wow.... that is lovely Cindy
    Man they're fast LOL

    Obviously loving their Singapore home

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    Holy cow! WHere did you get these root cuttings? Are there ethically sourced plants available to the market? This species is vulnerable here to poaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattinTrees View Post
    Holy cow! WHere did you get these root cuttings? Are there ethically sourced plants available to the market? This species is vulnerable here to poaching.
    The plant grows like a weed, one wire-like root ( a plant) will soon fill a pot. Cindy isn't taking root cuttings she's simply seperating plants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattinTrees View Post
    Holy cow! WHere did you get these root cuttings? Are there ethically sourced plants available to the market? This species is vulnerable here to poaching.
    This plant is actually a fairly common bog plant here. Many of us grow it along side our Sarracenia. There are several vendors who legally supply this plant to the hobby.

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    http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.230...21103480179403

    I just remove the whole mass of white roots again and cut them up into long pieces. As far as I remember, when I did that last April the new shoots flowered within a month. The roots are white when inside the pot but turn green soon after getting some light. I'll update as soon as I spot the first offshoot.
    Cindy

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    Yup, buds appeared...after about 3 weeks. The last time, it was faster with the cuttings under more light.



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