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Miscobulbun grandiflora

This is a discussion on Miscobulbun grandiflora within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This terrestrial orchid seldom seen in cultivation.Found in primary forest at the level of 600 ...

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    Smile Miscobulbun grandiflora

    This terrestrial orchid seldom seen in cultivation.Found in primary forest at the level of 600 to 1000 meter.I have never seen the flower before anxiously waiting for the flower buds to bloom for the first time. The leaves imitate allocasia species. I will keep updating this thread later.
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    That looks like it is going to be awesome. Congratulations. I will keep an eye on this thread!

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    Very suspenseful! Very curious to see the blooms.

    What potting medium do you use for this terrestrial? It looks like it's all sphagnum moss? Just curious ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambert View Post
    Very suspenseful! Very curious to see the blooms.

    What potting medium do you use for this terrestrial? It looks like it's all sphagnum moss? Just curious ...
    Sphagnum moss on top and charcoal + fern roots at the bottom to encourage drainage

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