The second picture on the right looks like my P. Superbiens. I have no reason to think it's anything else or wild collected.
Not really but I suppose a seed could have gotten stuck in there.
Very cool. I think having Primulinum in it's DNA makes almost every orchid grow better it seems to me.
Pretty cool. Supposedly we have some in Kansas too but I've never seen one.
Yes the place I go to said they use Consan 20 but they need a license to use it. I think that only applies if the plants are to be sold. Same...
I have heard that rainwater's the best but realistically whatever bucket or however you collect it in will have dust or residue in it. Might not...
I can't say that 100% of those orchids on eBay from China weren't propagated in someone's backyard. I mean if the conditions were...
It may but I just think the new growths have to get to blooming size first which would probably a year maybe more or less.
Wow lot's of nice leaves too.
Vitamin B1 and liquid seaweed are both supposed to be good for orchids. Also pouring through a coffee filter may help. But yes I assume anything...
I mean I've gotten some unhealthy plants on ebay but there's always a risk no matter who you buy from. Like after you buy from a good mom and pop...
Yeah cool terrarium. It sort of gives it a jungle/rainforest look.
Very nice I like the twisty petals
You might be able to tell by how long it was in bud.
Because I think terrariums look cool. I never managed not to grow mold though.
Can you grow Paphiopedilums in a terrarium? If so does anyone have any pictures? Mine doesn't have drainage it's like a big glass bowl.
Probably not that's just what the picture said I didn't name it. I think a real Thaianum has pink/purple spots inside the pouch.
I saw a photo somewhere of a "Niveum Var Thaianum". Might be one of those.
They're going from 100% humidity in the flask and it's normally ten days until an orchid can handle normal humidity. Although you could keep them...
I says it protects against "harmful Ultraviolet something" I looked it up and some research says that Ultraviolet light can damage plant cells.
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