Trees with aerial roots
exposed over the water, white sand islets dotted across limpid water, Irrawaddy dolphin pools and critically endangered fish breeding pools among braided channels and flooded forests; these are just some of the attractions drawing tourists from around the world to the upper Mekong River during dry season.
The complex aerial roots
of increased surface area of physical barrier might have caused turbulence facilitating sedimentation.
With the appearance of the aerial roots
near the grafting point, there is discontinuity in the sap circulation, causing weakening and unevenness of plants.
So get some fresh orchid compost and repot - the same-size pot is fine for a moth orchid - and let the aerial roots
So get fresh orchid compost and repot - the samesize pot is fine for a moth orchid - and let the aerial roots
You can feed your orchid fortnightly when it's in active growth, for Drench your orchid through and let the compost dry out between waterings example, when it's pushing up a new flower stem, developing buds or putting out new aerial roots
(which shouldn't be pruned).
Curiously, it also produces aerial roots
that in the wild help the plant scale trees.
Be aware those that attach to your wall with aerial roots
and suckers - like climbing hydrangeas, ivy and Virginia creepers - usually mark the wall when removed.
However, as ownership of the residence belongs to more than 30 people, who couldn't reach a consensus on how to maintain and preserve the building, the conditions of the residence have deteriorated over the years, with serious water leakage problems, tiles peeling off from the exterior walls, aerial roots
of the trees in the backyard sprawling up the cement exterior walls, and paintings in the house reeking of mold and mildew.
Bulbous, stalklike sculptures drooped from the ceiling, bringing to mind seedpods or aerial roots
. At the center of the room was the show's centerpiece--the round, canopied The Serpent's energy gave birth to humanity, which guarded the secret heart of the garden.
Pot up with fresh compost, taking care not to bury aerial roots
sticking out on top.
They obtain oxygen in the poorly aerated muddy substrate through an elaborate system of stilt roots and through specially adapted pneumatophores, aerial roots
that bear more than a passing resemblance to asparagus.