- Oct 23, 2006
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I won't argue with you...so I said....if your method works o.k. grow them your way.......But you have your opinion and I have mine. Ultimately if it works for us, regardless of method that is what we go with.......
Of course the come from these countries but this doesn't mean they grow in constantly wet condition. Have a look at theit leaves for instance they are thicker and harder as the leaves of other Paphis. This shows me....they grow in other conditions and like more light and can stand dryer spells.Well where are most Brachypetalums found, SE Asia, old country names like Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, China, and I believe their ranges stretch to India. Just google some of these species.
Where do you think they are from?
Another group of slippers that come from many of the same area are the Parvisepalums, micranthum, armeniacum, delenatii and alike.