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    Trichosalpinx

    Anyone else grow the genus? I'm planning on getting three species in the next few weeks: rotundata, ciliaris, and orbicularis. I would love to see photos if anyone here grows them.

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    I have chamaelepanthes, dirhampis, and robledorum in the pipeline.
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    I only have chamaelepanthes at the moment but I love it, and eventually hope to get a few more species. Not sure any pictures I could take would be very illuminating since I just lost my large plant (and many others!) in a greenhouse freeze and am down to a backup division in an indoor terrarium, but if you're still interested I'll see if I can snap something. In my experience chamaelepanthes is vigorous and tolerant as long as kept moist and well-ventilated, not sure how much that helps you with what you'll be growing.
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    Here are some pictures of a large plant of rotundata

    Plant


    Flowering on top of the leaf


    and more traditional under leaf flowers

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