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Re: Spathicarpa question

  • Subject: Re: Spathicarpa question
  • From: Riley2362@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 08:10:59 EDT

My Spathicarpa saggitifolia grows quite happily under moderate fluorescent lights and loves water at the root zone - almost semiaquatic with no dormancy.  Its only dormancy comes when I let it dry out then it loses some top growth but bounces right back from a good soaking.  It has no special humidity requirements and is always in flower. 
Michael Riley

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