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Discussion in 'Non-Slipper Orchid Photos' started by Tom-DE, Oct 3, 2019.
Plant is about 12" tall. The flowers naturally present upside down...neat, worth growing IMO.
That is gorgeous Tom!! I'm on the lookout!
Orange and green is a great color combo, as is orange and white. IOSPE doesn't have much info on this species, can you elaborate on its care requirements? Also, is it fragrant?
Very nice and interesting! I don't think I ever seen one of those before!
I don't remember if the flower was fragrant, but I am pretty sure it was long lasting...
Like many of species in Formosae section, it likes/needs slightly dry between watering, light winter rest is a good idea. I grew it on the cool side of intermediate condition,(75-55F), on stick mount. medium light(1800-2000FC), good air movement too.
Thank you all.
Non-resupinate, nice. Thanks for sharing.
Yes it is, Winfried Schraut too.
Different and nice color!
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