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Discussion in 'Growing Areas' started by Akhenaten, Dec 7, 2008.
My dream to buy a growing cupboard. It was intresant to see one variant of it.
Thanks for the new postings, I really enjoy the way your growing area looks.
Thanks you for these very pleasant words
Very nice! Thank you for sharing with us.
Akhenaten, Your BLC -Art Shade - simply stunning! What it's name? I saw only once a similar one on a Japanise website, but forgot its name. So beautiful!
And other plants too. Can not imagine, how you watering them and how you feed them...Superb job!
Thank you Wendy H
Natalya, it's name - Blc. Moscombe x Waikiki Sunset "Fragrance". My orchids watering by misting system in morning. I fertilize them by manualy sprinkling of solubile fertiliser.
Are ALL of the plants shown in this thread grown in that enclosure?
I did not grow up all my plants from seeds
I put already adult plants in a orchiterrarium
But all my plants grown in it 3 years, and all blooming, it is my merit
Liliac dendrobium-phalenopsis wave
It all looks great! It seems you've found the perfect balance in order to keep your plants healthy and blooming. Very nice job.
Thank you, Alexis
First photo - mini Mark & phalenopsis Lamu
Second photo - flaying Tolumnia
Hknsa Sogo Doll 'Little Angel' is blooming, but flowers have another colors
Macodes petola, nepenthes and orange ascocenda
I love the Nepenthes. Do you know the species name? Have you had it long enough to determine if the pitchers stay small, or are they just small because it's a young plant?
It is hybrid nepenthes, mini nepenthes, for my orchyterrarium and maximum size of pitchers is about 2,5-3 inches. And it is now is new form of pitchers, old pitchers has another form.
Thanks, Akhenaten. I'd like to find a small-pitchered variety. The ones in my collection have giant pitchers.
I have not a lot of place for grow big nepenthes, I have nepenthes alata, but it don't grow well, because have not necessary humidity