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Schoenorchis gemmata

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    Default Schoenorchis gemmata

    It is a long time that I couldn't find any time to make photo and share it to everyone. 2nd September is our National day (Independence day) so we all have a holiday time so I can make some photo to share to everyone.
    This time mainly tiny species blooming.






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    What a cutie! How adorable.

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    this is so different looking Schoenorchis, flowers are really cute.

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    How cute! Are they difficult to grow? Too cute. I'm liking these small orchids. You can hang a ton of them off shelves and they take up no space at all. l

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    You can hang a ton of them off shelves and they take up no space at all. l
    Especially, you just need a 'vertical' space.

    I would love to see a picture of the whole plant if you don't mind. I have a 'fragrance' in spike right now.

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    Nice shots... lovely species.

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    cxcanh, yours is not the Schoenorchis gemmata. Without the plant photo, I can only guess your plant is a species closely related to S. fragrans.

    Here is my Schoenorchis gemmata
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    OMG, Thanks Tom, this is my mistake.
    Yes, this is Schoenorchis fragrans for sure. I just make a quick post this morning before I went out..

    to BD: Can you help me to correct the title of this thread.

    Here some full plant.






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