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Old 10-18-2020, 03:30 PM
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I'm using a terrarium for these orchids, so I've tried to only get intermediate to warm growing species.
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Old 10-26-2020, 10:59 PM
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This is evolving to a general Pleurothallid collection, but I'll try my best to keep a Masdevallia picture per post to not stray from the title
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...I was able to visit a grower in Kansas and see her greenhouse when I was visiting my family. I couldn't resist! ...
Where in Kansas?
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She's in the middle of nowhere, but a member of the Kansas Orchid Society if that helps.

I got the Stelis mystax, Pleurothallis rubella, Masdevallia glandiflora, and Platystele mystax from her. Excellent plants, all but the Masd have bloomed in my care since.
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So she doesn’t sell to the public, right?
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You have a great start for you collection. I kept mine in terrariums as well under cool bright conditions. I hope to restart my collection in the future.
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Recently I've had Masdevallia glandulosa and one of my M. nidifica bloom. This nidifica appears typical, the other is supposed to be on the red side.
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Hi, I think both look typical. The M. glandulosa looks like the other I have seen and owned. It's a great little species, well worth the effort.
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Ah yes, I was referring to my other M. nidifica not pictured. I've not had it bloom yet, time will tell!
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