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Old 10-08-2017, 10:48 PM
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Old 10-10-2017, 07:25 PM
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The longest leaf for this plant is about 10Ē long. The wood mount is cedar and it is 3Ē wide and 5Ē long.
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Old 10-12-2017, 03:12 PM
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Interesting plant. What kind of conditions does it like?
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Old 10-12-2017, 04:17 PM
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Hello Bluesky. This plant likes intermediate to hot temperatures. It grows well in bright, in-direct light, good humidity (above 50% relative humidity), watered regularly, allowing the plant to dry out. Fertilizer regularly.
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Nice pictures Matt. If you are really into Oberonia Andyís has several nice selections.
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Nice pictures Matt. If you are really into Oberonia Andyís has several nice selections.
Thank you Patty. I have checked into Andy's. He has two Oberonia: japonica (will go great with Neofinetia) and punctate (oligotricha), this one is from New Guinea.

All of the other Oberonia he has listed, I <ahem> already have!
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Thank you Patty. I have checked into Andy's. He has two Oberonia: japonica (will go great with Neofinetia) and punctate (oligotricha), this one is from New Guinea.

All of the other Oberonia he has listed, I <ahem> already have!
Ahhh, of course you do! I hope you have a large home... Hereís one Iíll bet you donít have, Oberonia rufilabris !!! This one wonít take up much space and cute cute cute.
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Ahhh, of course you do! I hope you have a large home... Hereís one Iíll bet you donít have, Oberonia rufilabris !!! This one wonít take up much space and cute cute cute.
No, I do not have a large home! I wish! Oberonia rufilabris is a great little pant. I have this one, I just havenít posted it yet.
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No, I do not have a large home! I wish! Oberonia rufilabris is a great little pant. I have this one, I just havenít posted it yet.
Seriously? Do you grow the majority inside or do you move them out when weather is good? With your Neo collection I would be pressed for space and I have a large home! I AM limited as to how far my collection is allowed to infringe on normal household space.

I found a Oberonia rufilabris on eBay and had not seen this one before, listed. How bout you post a picture of your little darling?
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Seriously? Do you grow the majority inside or do you move them out when weather is good? With your Neo collection I would be pressed for space and I have a large home! I AM limited as to how far my collection is allowed to infringe on normal household space.

I found a Oberonia rufilabris on eBay and had not seen this one before, listed. How bout you post a picture of your little darling?
I do not have a restriction of orchid grow space. But I have taken over 4 spaces to grow orchids:
1) east facing bay window. I have a shelving unit with LED lights.
2) I have a two shelf light unit in my living room,
3) I have a jacuzzi alcove with a glass brick wall. I grow my Neos in that space. It has two, 4 shelf units, with LED lights.
4) one large shelf unit in my home office in front of a cathedral windows, facing south.

During the summer, all of my orchids are outside. This weekend I am bringing all of my orchids inside.
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