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  1. #11
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    Cymbidium sinense "Da Mo" from ten shin gardens
    Smells freakin amazing had it in my bathroom but recently planted it in a new tank.
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    Is that the one you showed me Teagan? Cause it smelled devine
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    Thanks for the ID. Very nice cymbidium. I hope my cymbidium NOID has a fragrance.
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    That is just stunning!!

    <3
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    Here are my blooms from the past year or so. I have a few other different species blooming right now, but havent gotten around to taking nice pics of them yet. And Adam, if you though the Haraella odorata blooms were small, check out my Pleurothallis Grobyi and Dendrobium Lichenastrum flowers. Tiny little buggers.

    Leptotes Bicolor


    Masd. Floribunda


    Phal. Parishii


    Cirr. Pulchellum


    Bulb. Makoyanum


    Sophronitis Brevipedunculata


    Dendrobium Lichenastrum Var Prenticei



  6. #16
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    Epidendrum Porpax


    Haraella Odorata (Retrocalla)


    Aerangis Biloba




    Pleurothallis Grobyi




    Here is a bad pic of the pleuro as of last night. It blooms every month like this now...


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    Are the Haraella Odorata (Retrocalla) hard to care for? or are they very expensive? That one really interested me same with the Aerangis Biloba
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShandyLynn View Post
    Are the Haraella Odorata (Retrocalla) hard to care for? or are they very expensive? That one really interested me same with the Aerangis Biloba
    The Odorata is a small 2-3" plant, so it has specific needs and wont last to long if something goes wrong. I keep it in a shaded area under a bromeliad in my tank, and the roots are growing on driftwood and in live moss. I keep it moist and the humidity high, but I allow it to dry off every night before the lights go out with the use of internal fans (same with all my orchids). Over the last few months it has been blooming constantly, and has produced multiple new leaves in it's current conditions. It is one of my healthiest orchids and I think it was around 25$ from Paramount

    The Biloba is kept mounted on a dry wall in my tank. It also gets more direct light and is kept slightly warmer since is is mounted higher up. Im not totally sure how happy it is there because I havent gotten a new leaf for a while, but it is winter and it might be waiting for spring. Roots are still growing like crazy though, which is usually a good sign. 30$ I think, also from Paramount.

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    Thanks for all the info!!

    I think I am going to try my hand at a few this summerish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShandyLynn View Post
    Thanks for all the info!!

    I think I am going to try my hand at a few this summerish.
    That's the spirit

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