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  1. dimitar

    Scaphosepalum ID

    If u post a pic including the leaves of the plant then there is a chnace to get correct ID. Otherwise most of these orchids look equal...
  2. Sadly enough u aren't the only one who ended up this way though.. I remember 10 years ago how the owner of this site was kicked from CPUK just because of this....
  3. Here is interesting comparison: left Cephalotus 'Bananito" ( Eden Black x self seed grown) vs its parent Cephalotus 'Eden Black' - right Cephalotus 'Bananito'
  4. Got this clone a few years ago from US as very small dying plant but it bounce back from the root. Clone from late Dennis Hastings collection...
  5. dimitar

    watering orchids

    It much depends on the orchids genera. However, for example: u can't water Cattlleya and Dracula one and the same way...or Pterostylis and Oncidium...
  6. Being repotted in orchid pot...
  7. Here are interesting pics to compare with. Two registered cultivars. Left is Cephalotus 'Bananito' ( 'Eden Black' x self ) vs. its parent Cephalotus 'Eden Black'
  8. True enough . Only I can add - make sure u can trace back your 'Eden Black' to Stephen Morley, otherwise u may end up disappointed...
  9. Macroclinum manabinum - hot growеr miniautre orchid.
  10. Hey Dimitar, I was just reading an old post about Cephalotus seeds. You mentioned that many times the seed can be just an empty husk. I got my 1st seed from my Ceph plant i got over a year ago, it has grown great and put up quite a few flower stalks, Ive harvested the seed but it seems like theirs nothing in thoses husks, or is it that the seed is super tiny inside?


    1. Dr. GreenThumb

      Dr. GreenThumb

      Hey Dimitar, any help would be greatly appriciated.