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Re: Anchomanes ID, root quest.

>I am having an argument on another list. Can anyone help me? I have never
>heard of any plant anywhere that has roots that could be considered
>phototropic. Is this a correct assumption??

And the 'Ghost Orchid' of our Everglades that lacks any leaves, but the
roots are greenish and lie flat on the growing medium, and puts out and
impressive set of blooms???
Good growing,

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