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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Jon, Dec 17, 2008.
Awesome Jon!!!!! Way to grow.
Fantastic flower, Jon. A google search turned up a post of yours at "the other forum" on how you were trying different amounts of shade, air flow, temperature etc on different plants of this species. Whats turned out best for you? (Just in case i manage to get my grubby little paws on one of these some day...)
that is ok I guess.
this is the third time I've been here on 3 different computers and I still can't see the photos...what am I doing wrong???
I want one! Now! This one is on the top of my list untill I get one!
OK, when do the auction(s) start?
I dunno. Anyone else having the problem?
Depends. How soon do you want one?
Hmmm...I got it on IE, but not with FireFox. Very nice by the way!!!
I have to add that even if you never bloomed it, this species is worth growing for the vegetative parts alone.
I want one RIGHT NOW! Can I have it?????
OK, well, yesterday, would be better!
I'll post one for sale in January, Karen. I would love to find integrated auction software for this platform, but it's proving difficult to find.
If I send ya a hollowed out orchid book, do ya think ya might be able to send me one in that.
I trade you one!
Very nice one, is any one know how look like another two species? Any pictures drawings? I have some drawing of muricatum but not very good one, let say I wish to see picture or colour drawing, and as well third one torricellense?
Wonderful! How I wish I could have a chance to grow it!
Pretty darn awesome. Good pics too!
What are the growing conditions?
For us in Europe:
NT orchids is going to Alden Biesen in Belgium, They have the species for sale, I think it is 30€
Bright shade, intermediate temps (55 winter low to 85 summer high), daily water, and high RH. Airflow is decent but not pronounced.
Sometimes dreams come quite quick true, thanks to Linda and NT Orchids so I have it
What is mean high RH?
RH relativ humidity