Tuesday, August 25, 2009

I have computer problems today

Lycaste aromatica - Flower photo by Richard LindbergLycaste aromatica - Plant photo by Richard LindbergI had planned a full day or work in the greenhouse, but fixing my computer is first priority for today. I am having major computer problems so I am a guest on another computer without all my tools.

The genus Lycaste (Lyc) contains 52 species of epiphytes, lithophytes and terrestrials growing throughout the West Indies, Central America, Peru and Bolivia.

Lycaste aromatica grows in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras with a scent of cinnamon. It is cool to warm growing along rivers in oak forests.

I have a couple of rescue Lycaste aromatica plants, one of which is pictured above. That is what I started with, rootless and leafless. I can't process new pictures, but it is now ready to divide into two very nice plants.

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