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Liparis lacerata

This is a discussion on Liparis lacerata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by gavstang Very nice! Bro can you share some tips on how to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavstang View Post
    Very nice! Bro can you share some tips on how to get them to bloom? Ive had a liparis latifolia for year and a half growing on fern root..suffered some fungus attack but i managed to stop it and now doesnt seem to bloom and is a slow grower..ive got it under shade with no direct sunlight..but fairly bright..fertilise once a week..
    I think you got it right and L. latifolia IS a slow grower to me. I have a couple and they stopped blooming for 2 years after the 1st bloom. Again, I think we need to be patient .

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    AGgggggggghhhhh!! I need one of these now... Spectacular blooming..

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    What a beautiful orchid! You are so fortunate to be able to grow something so beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazlani View Post
    I think you got it right and L. latifolia IS a slow grower to me. I have a couple and they stopped blooming for 2 years after the 1st bloom. Again, I think we need to be patient .
    Thanks Mazlan!

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    Thanks all for looking and commenting .

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    Spectacular flowering, very well done Mazlan!!!

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    Beautiful & elegant display with stunning multiple spikes! The closed-up flowers are really pretty.
    Finally it rewards you with such lovely blooms, congrats!

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    Wonderful display and well known to bloom with multiple spikes in well grown plants congratulations.Salam.

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