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Sangii

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first bloom, only 2 flowers but I like it; Sorry for the blurry pict




 
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gore42

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MMmmm, nice! Maybe you'll get more blooms next time.... and you've got very nice color on those petals, it looks like! What a great species :)

- Matt
 

Sangii

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MMmmm, nice! Maybe you'll get more blooms next time.... and you've got very nice color on those petals, it looks like! What a great species :)

- Matt
thanks ! I love this species but consider it one of the difficult ones ( at least for me...) to grow.... this plant does not have such a good root system. hopefully when it grows better roots and grows bigger I can expect more flowers
 

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oooo looks great!!! this is one of my favs. I have one i hope it does ok with me

Thanks for the photos
 
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Greenpaph

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Superb twisted petals and great coloration in the petals!

:drool::drool::drool:
 

Sangii

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anybody with wilcatt access who could tell me what the flower NS was on awarded parishiis ?
 

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thanks ! I love this species but consider it one of the difficult ones ( at least for me...) to grow.... this plant does not have such a good root system. hopefully when it grows better roots and grows bigger I can expect more flowers
How do you have yours potted? Initially I kept mine in a mix with some oyster shell that did great for my lowii, but after reading that they seem to be much more obligatory to epyphytic growth I repotted in a more acidic mix with sphagnum moss added, and now I'm getting much better root growth.
 
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