Cute little things :D
one flower this time around. but I still love this species. I guess that I have to put it back with the Cattleyas and Lycastes.. I'll need to...
I'll probably do that. It climbs a little and I want to repot it and cover the base and see if it would help the next growth bloom better since it...
(besseae x warszewiczianum black)
small flower huuuuge plant. a bit of a disappointment. not sure how a besseae and a popowii can
produce such a...
(Elizabeth Castle x kovachii)
The colour is a bit off on the second picture. It got a little too sunny when I took the picture.
Not much to say...
(kovachii 'Laura' x Cape Sunset)
I can't believe that I've been growing this plant for almost a decade now. Still one of my favorite...
A bit blurry, but the picture is mostly to show the plant
[ATTACH] Division from a friend of mine :D
Mem. Dick Clements 4N 'Jersey' FCC/AOS/RHS x Sorcerer's Apprentice 4N (EYOF)
Looks great! Branching spikes are overrated ;)
A real beauty!
The first flower on my Fanaticum is pretty much done, but the color on the staminoid was accurate.
I’m also trying to figure out...
While I’m at it.. here’s two more that bloomed back in late fall :)
Paph. Prince Edward of York x vietnamense
Paph. Lola Bird
Paphiopedilum Carmen Coll
Paphiopedilum Chou-Yi Wench
Gift from Russell. It took a few years to reach blooming size, like almost 5 years I think. But it’s very pleasant to look at and the flower is...
What a cutie!! I need one of these right now! :drool: :p
Yes, it's: PAS0508 'Wide Petals' x 'Perfect Circle'
I mostly grow Phrags and orchids that enjoys intermediate temps and tap water. As you can see from the white deposit on the bark chips, the...
Good thing that the dorsal is meh. Otherwise I would have fainted for sure.. :p
I took some measurements : the NS is a little over 13cm, the...
We do have to experiment for ourselves to see what works and what doesn't :)
Also, I mostly grow in rockwool and sphagnum moss, so amping the...
I do have a 10-52-10 fert. that I use in spring when my plants start to show signs that the growing "season" has started for them in my basement...
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