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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...
lovely long draping spike of wonderful flowers!
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.