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Old 12-25-2019, 12:52 AM
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I wish I were tiny and could okay in your terrarium. I know that sounds weird but you have created a magical place
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...you have created a magical place
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But I have not finished yet I will have the third "magic" block is called "Fairy Path". I just started to populate it. There will be lepantheses and masdevallias bell-like lanterns, and there will be lepantheses in the form of fairies saltatrix, barbelifera, calodictyon, for example...

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I'm lovin' those violet rabbits!
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"Micro&macro world news"

I love this Sophronitis brevipedunculata



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Dendrobium lamyaiae bloom again



Peguanum



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Masdevallia decumana



Masdevallia lucernula

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the D. lamyaiae is gorgeous!!! i like the others, too - brilliant colors on the sophronitis (it's such a big flower on such a tiny plant, and more are coming too), cute flowers on the D. peguanum (that's a new species for me), and lovely patterning on the M. decumana. and congrats on the new growth on the Dendrophylax.
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the D. lamyaiae is gorgeous!!! i like the others, too - brilliant colors on the sophronitis (it's such a big flower on such a tiny plant, and more are coming too), cute flowers on the D. peguanum (that's a new species for me), and lovely patterning on the M. decumana. and congrats on the new growth on the Dendrophylax.
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I like lamyaiae too, it's very easy and impressive plant Yes brevipedunculata have very nice color, I like shape of it flowers, and size, it's really big flower. D. peguanum have nice contrast flowers, it's new plant for me too. It's very slow plant. Another view:



I wait 5 flowers from M. decumana, then they will bloom I show them. Dendrophylax sallei is seedlings, but it like his new place on the always moist hygrolon under very bright LED fixture
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neophyte took the words out of my mouth..i LOVE that lamyaiae and the peguanum is also a treat!
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i LOVE that lamyaiae and the peguanum is also a treat!
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I sincerely recommend D. lamyaiae & peguanum for you. But peguanum in some hands dying causelessly, sometimes.
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Sophronitis brevipedunculata, duo. Young & old







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