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Chiloschista lunifera blooming

This is a discussion on Chiloschista lunifera blooming within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; lovely long draping spike of wonderful flowers! Alex...

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    lovely long draping spike of wonderful flowers!
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    VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL!!! Love these tiny little flowers spikes, it's so unique there's alomost no leaves on them at all!!

    I have some of these growing together in same area with same treatment as my Rhy gigantea / Rhy retusa (I live in Bangkok, but mine are not as long or have multi spikes as in this thread-so envy ^^), they're smaller size plant. I think they need quite high & consistant humidity, as some of them can be dried off in the summer (very hot & dry here), so we need to give them more watering fog during the day.

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