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Psygmorchis pusilla

This is a discussion on Psygmorchis pusilla within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Between seeing this, your sophronitis cernua photo a while back, and seeing another cute mini ...

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    Between seeing this, your sophronitis cernua photo a while back, and seeing another cute mini something-or-other at the orchid society meeting this weekend, I know have a hankering to try another mini or two to keep my cadetia taylorii company on its little windowsill.

    Branka, do you grow a lot of minis? Any you'd particularly recommend?

    Kathi

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    Don Keim, I couldn't say it is a sequentaial bloomer, it is flowering for a while now and just doing a new spikes.
    Kathi: most of my orhcids are little, tiny species, mainly because of lack of space. They are all dear to me but if I have to expose particularly species.... I think Haraella retrocalla is a must have! It has fragrance that has a sort of lemony note. This plant can bloom any time of year, and is often either in spike, bud, or bloom.

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    Oohh...I'll look into that one. Thanks!

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    Good job Branka! I love it...

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