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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; I like the pinkish white flowers in post #59..Do you know the name of this ...

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    I like the pinkish white flowers in post #59..Do you know the name of this one?
    Great pictures

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    It's a kind of Hoya, I don't know exactly what it's name, but the flower is the bigest size I've ever seen (more than 3 cm diameter).

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    oh wonderful.... please post more... please....

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    fantastic Truong....thanks

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    Its a beautiful flower ....hoya....hmmmm is this the first you seen of it in the wild?

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    OMG this thread is amazing!!!! Love all the pictures!!!

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    WOW! Realy amazing. I can just go crazy looking at the pictures. Seems your place like Eden of orchids. I just wish I can be there

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    The picture spread in the wild is very interesting but beside that there are many dangers in regard to the trip as snakes, malaria, and insects. However, with the type of solid, insects... usually not frighten because they often actively avoid seeing them. But for others, then .... very afraid
    Picture below is one of the most feared types in this season:




    When I touch it, its hair all up... toooo...fear...



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    OMG, too fear...but think it's interesting to see...but i would not touch it. irch!

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