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Telipogon vargasii

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Mikhail kujawa, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. Mikhail kujawa

    Mikhail kujawa Well-Known Member

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    Splendid! You seem to have the trick to grow this genus.
     
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    Hi Mikhail...very nice!
     
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    That's beautiful!
     
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    Thank you! I finally have seedlings coming out of flask. Slow growing from flask, but possible. It's nice they are so small, I always have room for Telipogon flasks in my greenhouse. :)

    Hi Chuck, i'm jealous of your trip! Looks like you guys had fun.
     
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    Thanks Mikhail...more than once I said you should have been there! Any guess as to the Telipogons I posted? Let me know when you have seedlings available.
     
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    I wish! haha. Maybe next time. Not sure what species that is just yet, I will let you know if I find out. :) Definitely! I always compare them to "normal" sized seedlings and forget that they are small as adult plants. The seedlings look like tiny adults.