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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by cxcanh, Sep 13, 2012.
I just came back from a trip to see Paph henryanum blooming, still quite a lot.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
Beautiful!!! Thank you for the post. In the first photo there appears to be other orchid species that are not in bloom (top left and far right center). Even more in photo #2. Do you know what these are?
These appear to be growing on rock. Has anyone out there tried growing these mounted in cultivation? I always see them potted.
Be still my beating heart!!!
@KellyW: I just guest that is one of Pholidota species. It have very nice flower but I still don't know the ID. I will sent photo out to ask for the ID
That is pretty spectacular. Thank you so much for posting. -Stephen
My sentiments exactly!!!
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What a great post. Thank you.
So many people will never experience orchids any other way than in a pot in a greenhouse or on a windowsill. Like keeping fish in an aquarium, it's too easy to forget that they actually exist in the wild someplace. Thanks again for the reminder. -Stephen
Great! Thank you for posting this thread
Just some more
Thank you for posting. I always love to see your photos in situ.
I always love seeing how orchid grow in the wild! Hopefully people can leave them be!!! Thanks for showing!
Those are some fantastic photos! Thanks for sharing them.
WOW! Nature is spectacular
Simply breathtaking to see them in situ!!!! Thanks for sharing your adventures with us!
Thank you all for your comment, I do love to share my orchid adventures to everyone.
Most but not all Paphiopedilum plants with plain green strap leaves
grow on limes stone cliffs.
Such cliffs are found in Thailand, Vietnam, Burma ...
I am surprised that nobody before me has enquired about the general location of the plants you have observed.
My question is : where do they grow and at what altitude ?
Thanks from Stanhopeus.