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This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum thiurum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I can't claim any credit for this one because I bought it in buds last ...
I can't claim any credit for this one because I bought it in buds last week.
If anyone here has grown this species for awhile, I will love to hear how he/she grows it. TIA
wowza, very funky looking, congrats tom!
nice buy Tom...
Difficult to grow Tom,although it's come from South East Asia I would considered this species very tough, maybe your place could be ok. Blooming several time in my hand. Good luck.
Zainal, Do you grow yours in pot or on mount? Constant moist or slightly dry out? Light level? temperature range?
very nice.Im not so lucky as u guys
Do you grow yours in pot or on mount? Constant moist or slightly dry out? Light level? temperature range?
Hi Tom I attached to the mango tree right now can see the roots begin to grasp to the surrounding. I spray the water twice a day by noon totally become dry and need to spray another round.
Light level is very high especially in the afternoon I would say about 50%even under the mango tree.
Temperature afternoon may reach 34 to 36 degree Celsius and night time hardly down to 23 degree Celsius. Good luck .
Cool -weird bulbo orchid you have there, Tom. Thanks Zain for telling us how to grow this one too.