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Old 10-09-2019, 09:45 PM
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I am so excited to find this board. I am new at growing orchids and love the tiny ones. I have lots of questions and hope I can find answers here. Right now I am collecting a few miniatures that are supposed to be easy to grow. I am learning as I go.
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What’s an example of a tiny one?
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Welcome to Orchid Board, both of ya! Yes, what IS a tiny one?
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Welcome to Orchidboard!!! Me too, I'm curious about orchids you have now.
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Right now I am collecting a few miniatures that are supposed to be easy to grow. I am learning as I go.
Welcome.

Starting that learning process: A plant that is "easy to grow" for one person might be next to impossible for another.

Orchids are "niche plants", each having its own, rather specific cultural needs - light, temperature, humidity, you name it - so what might be right for one may not be for others.
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I'll suggest that Restrepia species count as tiny. So does Haraella retrocalla.
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There are many orchids that are miniature and very tiny in size one I have is called Harella retrocalla. Just a sweet tiny sized orchid,
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There are many orchids that are miniature and very tiny in size one I have is called Harella retrocalla. Just a sweet tiny sized orchid,
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It's called Trichoceros Species M. ..It grows in Peru. I know very little about it but I love it
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