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Thank you very much for all these details and for the very beautiful photos.
I found in situ photos very valuable.
The flower looks huge compared with the plant.
I know I already said it, but I like your blog a lot.
This species sounds perfect: fragrant, small, warm growing and beautiful. I didn't know...
Thank you very much, David.
Do you use fine bark, or medium bark? - :) I'm not sure rockwool is the best choice in my case, because I have a...
Beautiful, indeed! How big are the flowers? Are they fragrant?
:) Thank you.
I wish to learn about others' experience with this species - did I write correctly?
What a beautiful color it has!
:) Thank you. In all the photos I've seen, they use to have more flowers on the same spike.
Sorry, I am not familiar with L. anceps varieties, but this one is definitely very pretty. Very...elegant. I like it, too.
:clap: Thanks' for...
I don't know about you, but I love this species. I like the delicate, arching flower-spikes and I felt in-love with its fruity-sweet fragrance,...
This is the first flower of my Osmoglossum pulchellum. :) Really the first!
I have chosen it mostly for the fragrance. Even with a single flower,...
Very interesting-looking species. :) And the fact that smells like chocolate makes it even more attractive !
Thank you so much for this article.
Your blog is amazing, too!