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Scaphosepalum species aff. swertifolium (red spot)

This is a discussion on Scaphosepalum species aff. swertifolium (red spot) within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very cool plant! I got this one from Andys. I have lost several buds to ...

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    Very cool plant! I got this one from Andys. I have lost several buds to blast on this little fellow. Finally I buried it among my bulbos and the ambient moisture there must ahve been enough. This one has been in spike for about 6 months now. There are a few more buds right behind this one.

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    That's a neat looking one. I really enjoyed your pics!

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    Hey Forrest, that is a real cutie!
    I went through a short Andy's phase where I couldn't decide which I wanted, and added a whole bunch to a wish list and never got around to it and well, then I moved on! I do like those little bitty ones. I'm afraid of mounted ones though. Thanks for posting!

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    dont fear the mounts! IMO they are the way to go, If I could have everything on mounts I would, but then you could end up like me and have a ton of little hooks in the ceiling all over your house to display the bloomers!

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    Don't start with the enabling there Forrest! I've been a very busy orchid buying girl lately....

    I'm afraid my watering constraints are just such that the little mounted guys would not get enough on a regular basis. My growing area makes it a little tough.

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