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I have acquired a cutting of this Peperomia sp. it was growing as a scrambling vine on a greenhouse floor. The first photo shows the habit of growth, second is a close up showing leaves and flower spike. Most of the leaves were 1 inch or less. Average size seems to be about 3/4 inch across.
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Peperomia habit of
A. Habit

Peperomia close up
B. Leaves

I discovered this orchid growing where a lemon tree has died. Seems we have been mowing over the poor thing and before this year never saw a bloom. I want to verify the name and if it is a native. A number of photographs are at the link.
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Single flower
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