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This is a discussion on Renanthera citrina within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Tom-19951 Love it! How tall is your plant? I have a small ...
Lovely citrina. I guess this is not heat tolerant. That's why I haven't seen this here before.
It's heat tolerant...it's been in the 90's for the past couple of months.
Very lovely citrina.
I had no idea how good these blooms could look. Another orchid to seriously consider adopting. Great Stuff! AL
Love those stars! Congrats
Thanks, Cathy. I do hope mine will bloom soon.
"The Trichoglottis is much faster growing. Renanthera produced offsets pretty easily" - Vandaceous Queen!...or does Queen Vandaceous sound better?!.these issues are important!.............quite clearly 2 very good undisputable reasons to have both or go and buy both! whichever most applicable.!!!!!!and fit for a Q x