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Is there any way by looking at the root system to tell if a brom is capable of epiphytic growth? I know in theory that thin, tangly roots indicate it is using them for nutrition, but my understanding is also that if you plant a brom it will utilize these kinds of roots even if it is typically epiphytic.

I got a couple of broms in the mail the other day that came planted in soil (I have yet to pull them out and look at their roots). Can I pull them out, trim the roots, put them in some sphagnum and mount them as with any other epiphytic brom?
 
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