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|7446||Ant Plant (Myrmecodia)||species||S.E. Asia|
|Genus: Ant Plant (Myrmecodia) Species: species Origin: S.E. Asia|
Not an orchid, but it is a really cool orchid buddy, a caudiciform plant with a bulbous base that becomes ridged and bristly and a thick stem that carries a whorle of 2" leaves, small white flower are produced along the stem that turn into bright red-orange berries; grow as a terrestrial or as a mounted plant. Great as a house plant and in vivariums. Does not come with ants.
|Always in Bud or Bloom||Shade to Bright; 1500-2500 Footcandles (indirect light,pronounced shadowing)||Intermediate to Warm; 58°F min. to 88°F max.|
|2" Pot||Near Blooming Size (should flower within the year)||Potted, Moist; 2-3 waterings per week(let dry slightly between waterings)||$10.00|
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