Looks like a small grower. I need a sample to check out. :p
We use moss, Phrags love it. You can get dry sphagnum to grow green with enough water.
Nice, from whom?
I would think the moss Al's are on would be a more moisture retaining type than that. Good luck, though.
If/when you sell the phrags...
Ahhhhh, a dream> :) Thanks for sharing, good luck.
I was in Kissimee, Florida last weekend. I wish I could have stayed for the Forum next weekend. :(
Cool, and you might not need any inorganic material in you mix to keep air spaces.
I see mechanical damage as well as damage from mites, and the roots....
Clean them, put in a mix with bark some moist sphagnum. The last...
Congrats. Thanks for sharing.
There's no such thing as too many orchids!
Nice, thanks for sharing. I don't do well with fischeri either. :( My plants are bigger but no flowers.
Yay besseae flavum! Thanks for sharing. We have a lot of plants from you, trichopilias, etc, that are growing well but we have no idea...
Yay besseae hybrids! Thanks for sharing. It's too dark for a flavum cross. ???
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