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Pyrrosia lanceolata, Acrostichum lanceolatum, Pyrrosia

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 Pyrrosia lanceolata, Acrostichum lanceolatum
Family: Polypodiaceae
Pyrrosia
Origin: India, Indochina, Malesia
Vine or creeperShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyte

Epiphyte or lithophyte in Brachystegia woodland or in low-altitude riverine forest.


 Pyrrosia lanceolata, Acrostichum lanceolatum, Pyrrosia

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Pyrrosia lanceolata, Acrostichum lanceolatum, Pyrrosia

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Pyrrosia longifolia, Long Felt Fern

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Pyrrosia longifolia 'Monstrose'
 Pyrrosia longifolia
Family: Polypodiaceae
Long Felt Fern
Origin: Southeast Asia
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteOrnamental foliage

These are some of the most beautiful ferns when well grown.


 Pyrrosia longifolia, Long Felt Fern

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Pyrrosia longifolia 'Monstrose'


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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Family: Polypodiaceae
Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga
Origin: India, Indochina, Malesia
Vine or creeperSemi-shadeEpiphyteOrnamental foliage

Pyrrosia piloselloides is a epiphytic fern. The rhisomes of the fern are exposed to the air, and water availability is limited to periods when there is rain. The folding of the cell wall may be a survival mechanism by which the fern maintains cellular structural integrity, so that when water again becomes available, cells can resume normal metabolism immediately. Gametophytes of the Pyrrosia piloselloides were able to tolerate up to 50 days of drought.


 Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Pyrrosia piloselloides (?), Sakat Ribu-Ribu, Sisik Naga

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Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera imschootiana
 Renanthera sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Fireworks orchid
Origin: Southeast Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Species in this genus usually require an intermediate to hot climate with good air movement and generally bright light. Their scrambling style of growth means they are best grown on a hanging mount or basket. If they are grown in pots there must be excellent drainage.

Tall branching spikes of spectacular, long lasting red-orange flowers.

Renanthera imschootiana is from the Himalayas and is exceptional in that it can be grown under cooler conditions.


 Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera monachica

Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera matutina
Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera imschootiana
Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera matutina
Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera matutina
Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera bella
Renanthera sp., Fireworks orchid

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Renanthera monachica


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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis crispata
 Rhipsalis sp.
Family: Cactaceae
Mistletoe
Origin: Central and South America
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersThorny or spinyUnknown name

This cactus genus consists of 40 to 50 species. They are medium-sized or large epiphytes that mostly bloom in late winter or early spring. These frost-tender plants prefer humid, warm conditions in full shade. They prefer atmospheric moisture to wet soil but should not by allowed to dry out entirely. Propagation: Cuttings, seeds.


 Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis puniceo-discus
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis madagascariensis
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis crispata
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis capilliformis
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis mesembryanthemoides (?)
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis pentaptera
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis pentaptera
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis mesembryanthemoides (?)
Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis sp., Mistletoe

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Rhipsalis mesembryanthemoides (?)


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