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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

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

    Dendrobium speciosum

    No, I'd rather get into the drug business in Detroit, there is less chance of getting killed
  5. 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.
  6. Berthold

    Dendrobium speciosum

    My Dendrobium speciosum :)
  7. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Waterfalls, oh great. I love the Niagara Falls
  8. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    I only discussed Kant a little, for example "Critik der reinen Vernunft". I am a scientist and engineer, not a philosopher. Therefore, I think more about the problems of the real existence of several participants in the same environment, for example: humans and polar bears, viruses and humans...
  9. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    I have simplified my thoughts so that you can understand them more easily. I'm afraid that not all visitors to this forum are on the level of Immanuel Kant.
  10. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Modern mankind does not need medicine made from bear paws. We have a microbiological high technology also based on genetic engineering. Grizzly bears only serve some people for mental edification, not for physical health or to earn more money.
  11. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Yes, that's right, but I don't feel justified in killing or sterilizing other people so that they don't spread so quickly. Against viruses, insects or raccoons for example, I feel justified, even with polar bears, if they come into my garden and want to eat me. Please give me a hint if my...
  12. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Eric, believe me, I have invested a lot of time and money in cultivating Cypripedium subtropicum. I now know very well what the problems with culture are. Solving them is possible in a laboratory environment, but very time-consuming, so that no one has really been interested in it so far. I...
  13. Berthold

    Hi from the UK.

    Hi Phraggy11, congratulations, you will be free again in 4 days.
  14. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    I think You will die before me but that is no problem for mankind.
  15. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Yes, sown by nature in nature
  16. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Oh yes, Your photos
  17. Berthold

    Merry Christmas!

    A Merry Christmas to all forum visitors. My Christmas trees: 1. Vanilla planifolia 2. Polyethylene cotton
  18. Berthold

    Cypripedium subtropicum

    Oh Pierre, you moved to Vietnam? A good idea, because in Germany we have the corona virus.
  19. Berthold

    Cymbidium elegans & iridioides

    the harvest was 40 carats of seeds
  20. Berthold

    Cymbidium elegans & iridioides

    Have a look at hookers
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