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Tuberolabium escritorii

This is a discussion on Tuberolabium escritorii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; so that's the secret of Phal Lendinii got one also last sunday just to experiment, ...

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    so that's the secret of Phal Lendinii

    got one also last sunday just to experiment, i've placed it on a pot after i got home, i think this is the same way as your secrets though i have no moss stocks at home i used a fern sticks as medium. will just keep it moist until i got hold of some moss

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    Yes boyong. Keep the plant upright until it starts growing roots and establishes itself on the media. Keep these in a cool spot but where it can get light. My lindenii up to now are still alive and growing and I prefer to keep them upright still. Although I have a few plants that I have inverted already since they have established roots but they are still in a cool spot in my grow area.

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    i will definitely do so right now i don't have plans of mounting it inverted.

    thanks for the helpful advices and tips jojo and all the guys

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