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Old 04-13-2014, 07:31 PM
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Ok, here is few exciting things, Habenaria radiata "Ginga" started to sprout, to my big surprise and huge happiness
Ponerorchis graminifolia started to sprout too. For the first time, my Phaius tankervilliae is in bloom, and it seems there is another 2 growths or possible spikes starting. However, my other Phaius is doing absolutely nothing since winter when I broke the new growth with all that moving! Also, Bletia purpurea is starting new growth, and
Stenoglottis macloughlini in spike, Tetramicra canaliculata is growing longer and longer, and Cynorkis guttata is in spike!

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Nice!
Lovely Phaius!
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Lovely Phaius!
Thanks Sonya, I have also that other Phaius, that is doing nothing, that one is actually Phaius Joan Hart, checking today, it seems there are 2 new growths starting, i really hope spikes, that one has never bloomed for me and the pics of the blooms look amazing!
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my habenarias still think its Winter............I like the foliage on yours.
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my habenarias still think its Winter............I like the foliage on yours.
well, my medusae still nothing, so I still hope it will wake up:-(
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well, my medusae still nothing, so I still hope it will wake up:-(
Dump the contents out of the pot and look.

Habenaria medusae often do not make it long term for most people because there's no specific habitat info available on this species reliable enough to go on.
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Thanks Philip, I did already like 3 times, tuber looks ok, no rot, but no growth either!;-(
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Dump the contents out of the pot and look.

Habenaria medusae often do not make it long term for most people because there's no specific habitat info available on this species reliable enough to go on.
Philip, so I DID CHECK AGAIN, and youpeeee, after taking some soil out, I saw new sprout starting at the tip! So it did survive after all, just little delayed!
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So many amazing plants! I'm jealous.....
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So many amazing plants! I'm jealous.....
Thanks:-) I must say I am very happy it seems like all my terrestrials are growing after the winter:-) That is great news!
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