Will Ground Orchids Survive in Northeast or Central Florida?
Is anyone in northeast or central Florida growing Ground Orchid ('Spathoglottis') outdoors in the ground year-round? Will they survive a hard freeze? My Lowes has them on clearance right now and I sure would like to get some - - if they will survive year-round outside. If they have to be kept in pots and brought indoors, then they are a no-go. I don't mind freeze-back to the ground if they will come back from the roots. What is your experience?
One of my new rules is no more purchases of tender plants that have to be brought inside during the winter. I have plenty of those.
Of course, rules are made to be broken.
Here is a link that might be useful: Google Images - Ground Orchid Spathoglottis