Racinaea crispa
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Racinaea crispa
Adam Bodzioch 11/14
Chris Larson 08/15
Peter Tristram ... Adam: Wow, you are a master grower of ‘soft’ stuff in sunny Adelaide! This is Gruber’s dark form. I purchased some of his larger, green form recently too. This species is a true delight and easy to grow given a few basic conditions – water daily or even more often in dry and hot weather, fertilise regularly and grow in semi-shade.
Adam Bodzioch ... "As you can see I have followed Herb Plever’s advice and kept the plant in a container of water at all times. I have put the plant in bark only which is wet at all times but there are no roots at all. Is it normal not to get any roots?"

Updated 24/11/16