Ceratochilus biglandulosus

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  1. Jan 14, 2020 #1

    Phaladdict

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    Intermediate growing miniature
    Great for an orchidarium
     

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    That is, Indeed, a li'l cutie! What is the size of the plant?
     
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    Plant is really small, I would say around 10 cm long stem and no more than 3 cm leafspan, a leaf is around 1, 5 cm and the flower is big for the plant around 2 cm in this case, normally a bit more, i would say 2,5 cm is the average
     
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    A fantastic miniature!

    Where in Italy are you? You and I have similar taste on miniature orchids, don't we?
     
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    I'm down south in Sicily
    Indeed we have very similar taste, I noted this also :)
     
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    Nice! I will be in Syracuse, Sicily this coming November...
     
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    Thats indeed a giant flower compared to the size of the rest of the plant - a small giant, that is! ;)
     
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    This is a really beautiful white flower no matter
    how small it is.
     

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