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    Orchids identification

    I agree

    oile Today, 06:20 AM Go to last post

    Aerides magnifica

    This has been known under a stack of names in the past as it had never been formally described.
    The names were, Aer. odorata v. Calayana, quinquevulnera

    Roy Today, 06:02 AM Go to last post
    Chris in Hamilton

    Orchids identification

    It looks right but only a better picture of the flowers would tell the tale. When ever you are trying to get a plant ID'd the best way is to include a

    Chris in Hamilton Today, 04:12 AM Go to last post

    Orchids identification

    Hello, Thank you Chris. I did saw that topic before but i just thought maybe my Chiloschista could be a hybrid or something like that, Thanks again I

    Fereydoon Today, 03:55 AM Go to last post

    Needed - repotting/mounting advice

    I am not sure what all had grown in that fiber, I had white, green, black an other things not sure how to describe. All I know is it had killed 3 bublos

    JDT Yesterday, 07:45 PM Go to last post
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