It looks like the pollen is on the wrong side of the stigma? The pollination area or viscidum is facing the synsepal, not the staminode.hi all, i noticed the seedpod was very swollen already so took a look and i believe it has selfed itself with the polliniae bending forwards and making contact, i have therefore taken some of the other pollen and added it. i got the plant a little while ago as i had a milestone birthday and thought id treat myself.
yes very similar orchidata and pumices 66% 33% . deep shade, air pot - had it for over a year. not a lot of roots on it yet, but hoping the next 2 growths will change that - thanks for the tipHappy birthaday, very nice present I think.I grow mine for 4 years.It lives in deep forest but grows always on trunks or roots of trees its roots are covered by only a little moss.It produces always only few roots so the golden rule is very important at this sp., every root is a treasure.In GH it needs a lot of air in pots, I grow mine in 25 mm orchiata bark and 10 mm pumice mix, 1:1 v/v.It needs constantly high humidity, at least 75 %, but 85-90 is ideal.Safer to let its pot dry, roots can rot easily.
In my opinion, as the others it is a real Wentworthianum !think it is labelled correctly ? could it be a masterianum? it has 2 growths and is growing well.