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Picked up these two as a pre order from Ecuagenera at the paph forum in Jan, 2024. I wasn’t expecting them to adapt and bloom so quickly. I have been branching out to smaller species that grow in similar conditions as my phrags. I’ve had some luck and a lot of fun with a group of restrepia I purchased from a forum member. Can’t wait to get them to throw more blooms.

Trisetella didyma:
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Trisetella hoeijeri:
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Picked up these two as a pre order from Ecuagenera at the paph forum in Jan, 2024. I wasn’t expecting them to adapt and bloom so quickly. I have been branching out to smaller species that grow in similar conditions as my phrags. I’ve had some luck and a lot of fun with a group of restrepia I purchased from a forum member. Can’t wait to get them to throw more blooms.

Trisetella didyma:
View attachment 46185View attachment 46186




Trisetella hoeijeri:
View attachment 46187
What kind of moss is that?
 
Picked up these two as a pre order from Ecuagenera at the paph forum in Jan, 2024. I wasn’t expecting them to adapt and bloom so quickly. I have been branching out to smaller species that grow in similar conditions as my phrags. I’ve had some luck and a lot of fun with a group of restrepia I purchased from a forum member. Can’t wait to get them to throw more blooms.

Trisetella didyma:
View attachment 46185View attachment 46186




Trisetella hoeijeri:
View attachment 46187
What kind of moss is that?
 
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