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Old 01-17-2014, 12:29 PM
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Beautiful! Fantastic job!!!
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Awesome. I love Ophrys but my chances of growing them here in the subtropics is not so good.
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Wow very unusual.
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I am so happy about this post. What amazes me is the time for flowering. Normally I see them on the meadows of our Swabian Jura Mountains in early spring April-May.
I grow all of my orchids exclusively indoors. I wish that I could mimic their natural seasonal cycle better, but I'm not quite there yet. I have the same issue with my Cypripediums. They grow wild here in the Cleveland, Ohio area but mine bloom indoors about 2 months before those growing wild in the area.
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Great job, and patience!
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Awesome!

?What is seramis?

I give you kudos for succeeding with cyps at all, JP. I understand they are usually very difficult to grow indoors.
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?What is seramis?

I give you kudos for succeeding with cyps at all, JP. I understand they are usually very difficult to grow indoors.
Thank you. It's a trade name for a product (from Germany I think) that looks like small chuncks of red brick.
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Awesome looking flower, thanks for sharing.
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Wow, this is so cool. Can't believe how small it started, I would never have dared try to grow something so tiny. Great growing, it looks so good!
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Now the plant has two open flowers. I don't see any more buds. Not showy, but it is "cute".

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