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Corybas pictus

This is a discussion on Corybas pictus within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Corybas pictus is a tiny orchid species from Java....

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    Default Corybas pictus

    Corybas pictus is a tiny orchid species from Java.




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    interesting orchid hakone.

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    Very cool orchid, Hakone. What is its growing medium?

    cheers,
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    Kanuma , Bonsai Soil






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    Magnificent, Hakone! I take it this one requires very high humidity (since you are growing it in a closed jar)? Does it later go dormant?

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    Fantastic and interesting how you grow it. Do you leave the jar open from time to time, to get in some fresh air?

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    How unique! I have never seen something quite like this before. AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    Fantastic and interesting how you grow it. Do you leave the jar open from time to time, to get in some fresh air?

    Yes , twice a day to see the plant .

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