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I've heard that theory before, but have no idea to be honest. Would make sense seeing how this species sometimes grows in very harsh conditions...
Hi Chuck, nice plant! I have seen these in the wild at maybe 5 or so sites in NSW and they seem to mostly favour Casuarina glauca and seem just as...
Some good tuber growth on a rufa group species, typically they only form one replacement tuber per year.
Yes, all of my other Diuris are in the same medium, but I have only been using it for a year. It is working great so far, my D. behrii (or a...
Thank you both!
It is indeed, mostly pure kanuma but with some gravel and wood around the surface.
A relatively small species which smells strongly of cinnamon.
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A nice red plant
A really nice species which is unfortunately rather uncommon. These plants were found at Bungonia, New South Wales. [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
A nice lithophyte from Eastern NSW. Doesn't smell very pleasant, however.
I haven't tried giving mine a cool dormancy (maybe 18-20c) but there are a number of alpine species which go dormant over winter.
Thanks Marni. The other darker mineral is akadama, but I have decided not to use that for most things now as it disintegrates quite quickly in my...