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What is osmunda fiber and for what is it used?

Osmunda fiber—sometimes called osmundine or orchid peat—comes from the fibrous roots of osmunda ferns. It is used instead of soil for orchids, bromeliads, and many other epiphytes (tree-perching plants).


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