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Stanhopea tigrina, Coelogyne massangeana, and Bifrenaria harrisoniae

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    Default Stanhopea tigrina, Coelogyne massangeana, and Bifrenaria harrisoniae

    I'm really getting into my species lately.. Its just such a good feeling knowing that you are growing a piece of something that has come evolved in the wild without human intervention.
    Just like these little guys here ..

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    Stanhopea tigrina
    Coelogyne massangeana
    Bifrenaria harrisoniae

    If anyone of yous have those plants above , please any tips would be gratefull

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    No tips on growing but they are all on my wishlist
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    Good buy. You should repot Stanhopea tigrina into an open pot as the blooms would be from the bottom

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Good buy. You should repot Stanhopea tigrina into an open pot as the blooms would be from the bottom
    Well the only hanging baskets here i can find are huge. I don't wanit it to sulk so i have cut squares into the pot on the right , the clear one. Hopefully the flowers can find those large cut out and bloom from there. And yes it is hanging right at the top of the greenhouse.

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