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Trichopilia subulata

This is a discussion on Trichopilia subulata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Regular bloomer - small sized, hot growing epiphyte with small pseudobulbs:...

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    Default Trichopilia subulata

    Regular bloomer - small sized, hot growing epiphyte with small pseudobulbs:
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    very nice! You have some very interesting species!

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    Lovely flowers! Don't believe I have seen this particular species before.

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    Thisis lovely...I may need one of these!

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    Superb, Branka!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmac View Post
    Thisis lovely...I may need one of these!
    Don’t worry Kmac, you can also grow the Trichopilia subulata orchids. These types of orchids grow in cool-to-warm temperatures with an average amount of light. You need to plant them in a medium like fir-bark. Just water it once a week and in winter, let the plants dry out slightly between each watering.

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