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Habenaria myriotricha Gagnep. 1931

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by s1214215, Jun 4, 2014.

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  1. s1214215

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    My Habenaria myriotricha in bloom a little late in the season. It seems to be out of sync with the season since I imported it a year and a half back. Might be the change in hemispheres.

    Brett
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    Very nice ! Love love love!!!
     
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    Stunning flowers and nice photography. What kind of strobe are using for the flash? How large are the flowers?
     
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    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Mine are also out of sync but never switched hemispheres.
     
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    Beautiful!
     
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    My plants are just coming up! They must be really out if sync! Damn that long winter!
     
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    Steve I just use a black cloth backdrop and my camera is just a semi-automatic Samsung WB750.

    The individual blooms are 7cm wide and tall.. Quite a round bloom
     
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    Zach I find mine come up when they feel like it. Some have come up and bloomed twice in a year. Seems they get easily confused in cultivation.
     
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    It would be really helpful to know how you are all watering these. I am on my second batch from Popow and have a horrid feeling I am going to fail again. The tubers (tell me if I should be calling them something else) arrive for want of a better expression dry and other than misting the top the potting mix I have been holding off with watering until I see some sign of growth. Is that the right way to go?
     
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    Hi Torrish

    Check the file I have attached. I wrote it a while back, but I think the info is good.

    Brett
     

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    Brett,

    Thank you that is what I call a detailed and quick answer. Much appreciated.
     
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    Torrish you are lucky I had written that article some time ago LOL. I hope it helps

    Brett
     
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    Great information, Brett, thanks!
     
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    Great article! Thanks for sharing it Brett!