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My orchids - mainly miniature

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And 2 more for today.

 

Barbosella cucullata

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Specklinia tribuloides

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Nice flowers, the second flower is a little bit more interesting.

Small but nice. Is it already fully opened?

 

Best regards,

Daniel

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Nice flowers, the second flower is a little bit more interesting.

Small but nice. Is it already fully opened?

 

I agree, Daniel.

I think it is completely opened, as compared to what I've seen on the internet. But it's the first flower for me.

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Here is another one that is flowering, just on the day I'm back from vacation. That a nice welcome.

 

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The latest one: Dryadella clavellata, growing in my lowland terrarium. A pure beauty, to my humble opinion!

 

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That is pretty neat indeed, does it stay about that size ?

 

I think it stays pretty small. But I only have it since one year, so time will tell.

 

 

Bulbophyllum Lepidum? Mines hasn't bloomed this year :(.

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Indeed, Scotcarnivorousplants. B. lepidum.

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This is what I call delicacy: Lepanthes telipogoniflora, growing in my lowland terrarium. The flower only opened for 24 hours.

 

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That's really gorgeous orchid. Lovely pics as well. :tu:

 

 

 Lepanthes telipogoniflora, growing in my lowland terrarium. 

 

Thought, Lepanthes telipogoniflora is cool to intermediate grower but it seems it thrives in lowland tank for you.  What are the temps in, Vincent?

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That's really gorgeous orchid. Lovely pics as well. :tu:

 

Thought, Lepanthes telipogoniflora is cool to intermediate grower but it seems it thrives in lowland tank for you.  What are the temps in, Vincent?

 

Thanks Dimitar.

 

It's between 25 and 30°C all the time.

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3 of my favorites flowering at the same time.

From left to right: Psygmorchis pumilio, Dryadella clavellata and Lepanthes telipogoniflora.

 

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Amazing tiny orchids!

Last posting over a year ago. But let me ask you still, if any of your orchids ever developed seedpods.

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Actually, I am not really interested in getting seeds. So I don't keep flowers stems when they are done.

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It seems the previous flower of Lepanthes telipogoniflora was only the warm-up!

 

 

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Probably one of my favourite. In particular because I had to wait for the flowers about 2 years, and it was really looking like grass in the meantime...

 

 

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Nothing new, but my Lepanthes telipogoniflora is continuously flowering, and I really like it.

 

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Its flowers are amazing! Congratulations on your great setup. It's so well constructed, tidy and perfectly maintained I can't get my eyes off of it :)

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Do you have any of these orchids for sale or swap?

i can swap for other orchids, ferns, begonias, bromeliads/tillandsias, carnivorous or any other plants i have (all sorts hardy, tropical, succulents, Etc).

regards

michael

 

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magnifique :wub:

grow you terrestrial orchids from australia ?

jeff

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