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This is a discussion on Photo diary from my forest trips to see orchids (part 2) within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by gnathaniel Amazing as always, Canh! Are those Oberonia that are growing with ...
some more from this trip
I enjoy seeing these in situ photos. Thanks for sharing it is appreciated.
Thank for all of your comment
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Why are the Paph in the Wild have more Stunning and Vibrant colors??? and the form are more Beautiful.
I usually see Paph that are selling are on the anemic side.
I'd have to say that the cultivated ones are not in the perfect environment like those in situ. And I believe it does make a difference regarding light, water, air movement, nutrients etc and being in situ, they grow where the conditions are most favorable for survival.
Those anemic looking paphs just haven't been given the best culture for their species to thrive.
For me, I give my house environment to be suited to orchids now. I can adapt easier than they can.
Enjoy this one....