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Schoenorchis pachyacris and S.fragrans

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    These are really pretty. Are they tiny? They look like they might be. I like the leaves on the Schoenorchis fragrans.

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    too cute with so many blooms.

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    One of my favorites, I never get tired of looking at these.

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    Pretty. I love the schoenorchis.

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    Those are lovely, Danuta!

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    These are really pretty. Are they tiny?
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    They are indeed tiny, Bruce. While I don't know how big Danuta's are, I have seen mature, blooming Schoen. fragrans in which the entire plant from top to bottom is only about an inch (2.5cm) tall

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavel View Post
    Those are lovely, Danuta!
    They are indeed tiny, Bruce. While I don't know how big Danuta's are, I have seen mature, blooming Schoen. fragrans in which the entire plant from top to bottom is only about an inch (2.5cm) tall
    I thought they might be tiny. Wow, one inch tall - that is really something.

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