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This is a discussion on identification de mimi895 within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; i'm mimi895 hello has all I got from my great aunt orchids because she could ...
hello has all I got from my great aunt orchids because she could no longer cope occuper.ils were in the woods very well shaded but al (abandonment). I took my courage has two hands to try to take control and I need your advice. I show you the great malades.il cattelya are very tired (I wonder if they will grow back!)
this one its a very tired Catelier what do you put it in a pot rather than leave it on the tree trunk?
KNOW you name it and its needs in the substrate? I put it on a tree trunk quon called "fanjan." I'm putting it in direct sunlight or in shade
THIS LOOKS LIKE ORCHID Coelogyne diana at least these pseudo bulb. His nickname! please
that LA has pink flowers
that resembles that which fai flowers on its roots have I right? i can LEAVE IN THE BASKET THAT THIS MY HUSBAND BRICOLER? copeaus Can I put wood and charcoal to keep cool? what do you think of these roots must cut?
Ive attached the one on the trunk of fanjan, I can leave it like that or to add more wood chips?
THE SAME What do you call it? ON THE GROWN AND HOW?
the one I put in a pot and what substrate?
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE to help me in my adventures! Big kisses to all who want to answer me!
Your 2nd pic looks like a Brasavola ("Lady of the Night") needs lots of light this one . But it is very difficult to identify any orchid unless in flower, and even then a lot look the same. But try this tied to a tree or maybe on tre-fern ( looks as though it is ).
Your flowers, a bit further down, look like one of the Dendrobium species or hybrids grown for cut-flowers in Thailand etc - these too nbeed a lot of light, and a dry rest when there is no new growth showing.
All the others are just too difficult without seeing the plants - or seeing bigger, clearer pictures.