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  1. Berthold

    Laelia tenebrosa

    Congratulations to my American friends for the 30th of August 23:59
  2. Berthold

    Paphiopedilum armeniacum and X micranthum

    We have two little plants alive. The other plant has a kindle already.
  3. Berthold

    Paphiopedilum armeniacum and X micranthum

    The little bastard 7 years after deflasking. It is going on
  4. Berthold

    Paphiopedilum micranthum subsp. eburneum

    Jens, its still young, give it some years for development.
  5. Berthold

    Paphiopedilum micranthum subsp. eburneum

    No basket, the species is a typical ground orchid growing above limesetone in a cool winter and shady in summer
  6. Berthold

    Paphiopedilum micranthum subsp. eburneum

    A baby flower, only 1 inch diameter but I love it
  7. Berthold

    Cypripedium arietinum

    Tom, we had intensive contact to Bill
  8. Berthold

    Cypripedium arietinum

    Is there anyone here who cultivates Cypripedium arietinum? I'm afraid the small seedlings can't synthesize chlorophyll by themselves without mykorrhizal fungi support
  9. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    My plant in this year, 32 years after fall of the iron curtain
  10. Berthold

    Feeling old

    An interesting thought, but I also think that the permanent demand for political and gender justice can drive people to their deaths. I prefer a quiet life in the orchid culture and without contention with other people.
  11. Berthold

    Cymbidium hookerianum

    Mother plant and home made babies
  12. Berthold

    Laelia rupicola, now Cattleya, before Hoffammnseggella

    Today Laelia rupestris in flower
  13. Berthold

    Some Australian terrestrials

    A lot of few years ago we sown orchid seeds that had developed into a Diuris corymbosa I hope. At first I thought it was going to be a Calypso bulbosa. It is very difficult to identify a species of orchid from the seed Diuris corymbosa from seed to flowwer
  14. Berthold

    New book from Olaf Gruss

    I cannot recommend the book
  15. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    Unfortunately, the origin can no longer be determined. It is an old present from the Leipzig botanical garden from the communist era before the fall of the iron curtain
  16. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    Sorry i lied. It's just a young plant at the age of my granddaughter. She is 12 now. Here is a somewhat older plant in my daughter's age. This species grows very slowly about the same speed as us humans
  17. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    Here my bonsai Dendrobium speciosum. It is a rare dwarf subspecies that is still completely unknown in Australia. Mother, child
  18. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    No, I'd rather get into the drug business in Detroit, there is less chance of getting killed
  19. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    It's not mine of course but its about my age. But I think the plant won't die soon, as BrucherT thinks of me.
  20. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    My Dendrobium speciosum :)
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