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Ascocentrum miniatum

This is a discussion on Ascocentrum miniatum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is growing bright in an empty 4" wooden basket. Plant with spike about 6" ...

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    Default Ascocentrum miniatum

    This is growing bright in an empty 4" wooden basket. Plant with spike about 6" tall


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    Great color!! I just found spikes on mine but it will be a month of so before I see any color.
    Good growing.
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    Adorable. Beautiful color, I am putting this one on my wish list!

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    Sounds like something that I would like. Mini Vandas are probably a better idea that full growing guys for my apartment. the colour.

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    Wonderful, cheerful color!

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    I am waiting for a Neof to bloom, I would like to cross this with a Neof.

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