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Old 02-27-2016, 05:40 PM
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---------- Post added at 01:40 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:21 PM ----------

Pterostylis and Corybas have been in my peripheral consciousness. They're seen just enough for me not to forget but not often enough for me to pursue them.

I would have missed this one if my friend wasn't waffling on a D. cuthbertsonii (he didn't get it, btw)
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Old 02-27-2016, 05:59 PM
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God I love those things, I just saw some exhibited at a show down here... and I was thinking it was just something you bay people can do well (like the darn d. cuthberts)... great find!
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You should be able to grow this specie. IOSPE says it grows cold to hot. I don't have an "outside" but the vendor said I should be able to grow it indoors with some minor seasonal considerations.
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Very cool!
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Cool. I have never seen these.
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Love it!! I wish we had cool orchids like that at shows around here...
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Amazing plant!
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I knew this needed a dormancy period and something else. It's mid-October 2016 when I thought I should look up what I need to prep this for the winter. That something else turned out to be a summer dormancy. Ooops.

They were leaved all year and I guess I'll find how detrimental the year-round-watering was when I sort through the media for tubers.

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There is at least one more spike.
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