I don't know. It was a cutting that was just starting to root. I have heard that it is touchy. It's not super easy like regular Aglaonema is.Bummer! How did you kill it? Just asking to avoid doing something wrong myself. I just recently learned to cut off the flower so it would continue to grow...
Thanks for your tips.All of the African rachis Bulbophyllums (Megaclinium) are exposed to fairly bright conditions in nature. I grow maximum in Cattleya light and give it a slight winter drying. That change usually triggers flowers for people who grow them in more typical Bulbo. conditions (shady and moist).
I tried twinflower in a tropical setup, and it did not do well. Let me know how it does for you in more favorable conditions!Here are a few new shots of one of my mossery terrariums.
All of the green moss that you see in this setup is new growth. This picture shows Polytrichum growing back after transplanting here. I wish I had some more Polytrichum. I can't find it right around here. It would be cool to make a whole planting with it.
Here is a really cool new plant that I am testing out, twinflower (Linnaea borealis). I hope it grow.