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Tricoglottis celebica

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    Tricoglottis celebica the first 2 photos huge clump from Sabah and the rest from Sarawak. I noticed those from Sarawak is not easily to produce keikies in contrast variety Sabah more easily to produce side shoots.
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    Fabulous photos! I don't know this orchid (and countless others) - what basic genus/family/alliance is it in? And I mean BASIC. Thanks for sharing, Zainal - don't know how you have time to do all you do.

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    Wow. Such tiny flowers on such a big plant! Are the flowers fragrant?




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    very nice..but, what is that big leaves like celogyne's in 2nd pic?

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    Awesome En. Zainal. Salam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauraec View Post
    Fabulous photos! I don't know this orchid (and countless others) - what basic genus/family/alliance is it in? And I mean BASIC. Thanks for sharing, Zainal - don't know how you have time to do all you do.

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    Hi Maura this species under SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae. Since this species from low land therefore the requirement of this plant are warm to hot, high humidity about 50% filter light will do better, blooming 3 to 4 times per year. The best always put in the basket or mounted to driftwood/fern root/ osmunda fiber this is very huge plant keep producing side shoots after period of time it will getting more heavier. I have to adjust my time accordingly I know very busy but still got space for my orchids,he,he,he

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavel View Post
    Wow. Such tiny flowers on such a big plant! Are the flowers fragrant?

    I sniffed few times, no smell Pavel (late noon) will try again morning and afternoon Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abiom View Post
    very nice..but, what is that big leaves like celogyne's in 2nd pic?
    That one is Stanhopea species produced many spike but none end up with flower.
    Salam En Mazlan and Branka many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Hi Maura this species under SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae. Since this species from low land therefore the requirement of this plant are warm to hot, high humidity about 50% filter light will do better, blooming 3 to 4 times per year. The best always put in the basket or mounted to driftwood/fern root/ osmunda fiber this is very huge plant keep producing side shoots after period of time it will getting more heavier. I have to adjust my time accordingly I know very busy but still got space for my orchids,he,he,he

    Uh-oh - just picked up an aerides citrata yesterday - am I in for a monster orchid taking over my home? Thanks for the response - I'm so glad you DO find time for your orchids - and US!

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