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At least for the time being. My kolo "baby Hughy" is pretty exciting.
Good to see success with your south Pacific species.
Makes me giggle just looking at this small forest of roths:D
As far as I can tell this species is almost extinct in the wild, so I think its pretty special to see it in cultivation no matter how frequently....
That's a well grown plant. Very nice:clap:
It's in the SE corner of the GH that is probably the brighter part of the GH where I keep most of my vandas and roths., but it is on the bench...
I'm enjoying quite a bit:clap::clap:
what is the leaf span of this plant?
I love your in situ pictures:clap:
Those piles of fractured moss/lichen covered limestone rock look just like what I can find in the woods across...
Any new growths starting up yet?
I also really like the pouch coloring. Very spotty:clap:
Nice one John:clap:
You can find texts that place it as both a variety of lowii and distinct species.
However even if you put a richardianum next to the huge...
good form too
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