Paph rungsuriyanum

Slippertalk Orchid Forum

Help Support Slippertalk Orchid Forum:

krisk

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2014
Messages
80
Reaction score
90
Location
Adelaide, South Australia
Not to be outdone, the Australian entrant lol. I’ve heard people find them hard to grow. For me they are one of the easiest species.
 

Attachments

  • 4DF92453-4930-4AA3-BEB7-2A50D06AE481.jpeg
    4DF92453-4930-4AA3-BEB7-2A50D06AE481.jpeg
    175.2 KB · Views: 68
  • 041E0323-8092-4023-A85F-E78F9308C893.jpeg
    041E0323-8092-4023-A85F-E78F9308C893.jpeg
    174.2 KB · Views: 68
  • ECAA13F2-2F24-40E1-859D-E985F299A91F.jpeg
    ECAA13F2-2F24-40E1-859D-E985F299A91F.jpeg
    170.2 KB · Views: 68
  • 6D0EB827-0D5F-44B9-A977-A5A4583E5E45.jpeg
    6D0EB827-0D5F-44B9-A977-A5A4583E5E45.jpeg
    185.4 KB · Views: 70

krisk

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2014
Messages
80
Reaction score
90
Location
Adelaide, South Australia
Very nice. Can you please advise as to your growing conditions and media used?

It’s a small bark and perlite (50/50) with some sphagnum on top. I deflask them straight into this and put them out in the shade house. They’re perfectly fine with an Adelaide winter and rain. I water to the conditions, but usually daily in warm weather. Humidity is of course very low here being a dry climate. Same conditions as for micranthum and canhii, which grow right next to them.
 
Joined
Nov 15, 2017
Messages
1,507
Reaction score
609
Location
Chicago
It’s a small bark and perlite (50/50) with some sphagnum on top. I deflask them straight into this and put them out in the shade house. They’re perfectly fine with an Adelaide winter and rain. I water to the conditions, but usually daily in warm weather. Humidity is of course very low here being a dry climate. Same conditions as for micranthum and canhii, which grow right next to them.
I hope you’re producing pods….🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
 

krisk

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2014
Messages
80
Reaction score
90
Location
Adelaide, South Australia
Please go on? I don’t understand why seed-grown specimens aren’t.

Because all parts of a cites I listed species need to be obtained legally, including the seed. Seed derived from plants legally obtained would be legal. Mind you it’s all BS really. If they really cared about conservation they would stop people selling them by the kilo at markets.
 

Latest posts

Top