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Eria amica

This is a discussion on Eria amica within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I grow this stick mounted in very bright shade. This is the first time blooming ...

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    I grow this stick mounted in very bright shade. This is the first time blooming it since it has been in my collection. It is fragrant but musty
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    Very cute, I like the picture where you show the whole plant, I like the shape of the pbulbs.

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    Really nice. Always wanted to try an Eria but have yet to take the plunge

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    Well that's a pretty stick... and beautifully photographed.

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    this was a tough one to get a decent pic of

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    I like this one. Your picture is good too. I have several varieties that are stick mounted that have yet to bloom for me. I always tend to buy the young and cheap as opposed to the costly and ready to bloom.
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    Cool little plant, Ron. I too like the photo of it mounted. I always like to have some idea of how large a bloom is compared to the plant. These are nice blooms too. Lots of texture.

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    very cute love the hairy part of the flower.

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    I have several peices of that but never any flowers.Now I know what to do with it.Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tednz View Post
    I have several peices of that but never any flowers.Now I know what to do with it.Thank you.
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    Ted...I saw a pic of one that a person in NZ was growing and she had it in a slat basket with bark mix and it was doing well for her and blooming.

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