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Did you go to forest to find orchid?

This is a discussion on Did you go to forest to find orchid? within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Wow! The Henryanums on the rocky outcrop fabulous, as all the rest. For a moment, ...

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    Wow! The Henryanums on the rocky outcrop fabulous, as all the rest. For a moment, zooming into the pictures, I thought that I were there!!! Magical! Thank you very much for sharing that wonderful experience with us.

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    wow . what is that jewel orchid? and the ground orchid with white flowers above?
    and the one with black leaves?
    how far was this from a main road?

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    Thank you all !
    I sometimes have in the forest but rarely seen orchids, may be due to the geographic distribution. My friends go deep into the jungle over the last 10km and start seeing them.
    When they come back, all of them are tired, but very happy because of successful trip.

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    well, pls continue with those trips and pix,

    we all love em!!!

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    Some photos continuos


















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    wow, what are those red dendro's?

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    Wow!!! These pictures are beyond fascinating!!! So cool!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    wow, what are those red dendro's?
    Do you ask this orchid?


    No, it is not Dens, it's a kind of Cleisotoma.

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    Beautiful country side..Thanks for sharing

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    hi tran,
    yes the one! interesting and long cleisostoma, would be nice if you see it in bloom.

    thanks,

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