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Trisetella hoeijeri

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by nikkik, Aug 19, 2014.

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    This opened today! 2014081995133157.jpg
     
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    always a delight
     
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    Lovely
     
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    So cute !!
     
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    Thank you for the kind comments, Chad, ZWUM and Anna!
     
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    Amazing
     
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    What are you growing it in?
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    I am growing it in a clay pot with coconut fiber at the very bottom and moss in the rest of the pot.

    The pot sits in a vase that has an open hole in the side of it. In the vase there is a layer of rock and water, then a layer of sphagnum moss, on top of the sphag there is live moss.

    The vase is kept on a southern facing windowsill with a shade cloth over the vase to shield it from the strongest sun.

    I grow most of my miniature orchids in very simple setups. It works for me because I can control their environments easily.
     
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    It gave me three more flowers!
     
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