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  Cultivar Details for
Trichoglottis bipunctata 'Harbinger'
 
 
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Comments: In nature, this plant tends to be pendant. I have staked the plant (now about a foot and a half tall) to force it into an upright stance. The flowers are small, but, it produces multitudes of flowers from every node possible. Each inflorescence produces one or two flowers at a time, but each node can produce up to three inflorescences at a time. Each node can produce many flushes of flowers. Medium-sized plant.
Donor's culture notes: Temperature range I (60-83°F). This plant grows in a south-southeast facing window, where it receives morning light. In the summer it is placed outside (Pennsylvania) under a tree where it receives light in the morning and late afternoon. It is protected from hot direct light.
Unique ID: MC1686
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Propagation Efforts Involving This Plant
TN3163 'Harbinger' × self (Pol. May 2002) -- Capsules failed more info
 
 

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