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With this in mind I have moved the plants to a windy, drier place, which I expect will be unfavorable for the fusarium. There was a truly...
That Mediocalcar is amazing. And I wonder what king of insect gets the hots for that furry oddly shaped flower.
What an interesting miniature with comparatively large flowers. Makes me think of a hored up Epi. anceps :D
I recommend you write this question on the "Issues, diseases and pests" section of the forum, where it is probable people with knowledge of these...
You are in the right place.
Because none of the flowers in the photo are facing the camera, it is difficult to make a precise observation. The Encyclia guess is good, but I...
I don't know. I collect books and I can tell you the value of out of print books can be wildly subjective.
I would think the best place would be ebay, since there is a wide audience that used that source. Having said that, I have to add that these...
Thank you very much.
I was Walking around in Washington DC, and saw this terrestrial orchid growing under a large tree.
Dendrobium harveyanum is an interesting orchid and the canes top at nine to ten inches. However it needs strong light to bloom.
I would think this is a Sigmatostalix, but without a good head on view of the flower it is difficult to be certain.