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Schoenorchis gemmata

This is a discussion on Schoenorchis gemmata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; 0.15" flowers are long lasting and fragrant....

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    Default Schoenorchis gemmata

    0.15" flowers are long lasting and fragrant.
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    Very unusual and wonderful

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    Beautiful close-up of the flowers.

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    WOW! That is a sweetie. I love it! Great photos. What are its growing requirements?

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    Thank you all.

    Bill, it is an intermediate to warm growing species but I have been growing this plant on the cool side of intermediate since 2007 and it has done well for me. Low light(1500~1800FC), good air movement and slightly dry-out between waterings.

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    lovely photos..
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    Either I have missed your posts or I have been missing your posts lately. This orchid as usual cannot do other than impress those who look in on this photo. Beautiful Tom.

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    Thanks.

    Al, I have been very busy working in my yard and garden. This is the first photo-shoot session for awhile.
    I should have moved my orchid plants outdoor by now but they are still inside. I need some help!!!

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    now thats one i want! great looking orchid!

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    Stunning orchid and photos Tom. WOW.

    Cheers,
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