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Trichoglottis smithii

This is a discussion on Trichoglottis smithii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Again another species from Borneo Trichoglottis smithii....

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    Default Trichoglottis smithii

    Again another species from Borneo Trichoglottis smithii.
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    Very attractive flower Do you grow your Trichoglottis in very high light? Someone told me they have to be grown in extremely high light to flower well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zozzl View Post
    Very attractive flower Do you grow your Trichoglottis in very high light? Someone told me they have to be grown in extremely high light to flower well.
    Yes you are right, I got the same species grown under the tree refused to bloom at all however this one on high light so far for this year more than 3 x the normal flowering rate, thanks Pat.

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    sangat cantik, en. zainal...

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    Lovely! The orange and pink work nicely in this bloom. Must be very colorful to see growing up in a tree! Beautiful orchid blooms!

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    gorgeous looking flowers!

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    I have looked for this Trichoglottis species for a year. It is a beauty!

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    These blooms are really lovely and the lip is awesome.

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    Salam En. Zainal. What a beauty. Love the stripes.

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    Really love this one. Used to have one and sadly killed it

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