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Old 03-04-2014, 10:28 PM
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Trichosalpinx rotundata - cute miniature orchid, requires shady location and constant moist with high humidity. Blooming on the bottom of the round shaped leaves.

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Old 03-05-2014, 01:46 AM
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I would love to have one………..
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What an interesting mini species. Very cool, Tommy.
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Many thanks, I love this one's growing habit, it is like the plant is PROTECTING the blooms from being seen by strangers, so cute:-)
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Flowering from the underside of the leaf; makes one wonder, about what kind of pollinator this plant would attract?
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Flowering from the underside of the leaf; makes one wonder, about what kind of pollinator this plant would attract?
Interesting, Google showed one text saying bats and hummingbirds, who knows:-)
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Very neat!
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Very cute! I too would love to have this one.

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Interesting, Google showed one text saying bats and hummingbirds, who knows:-)
*snort!* Can you imagine what an appropriately sized bat or hummingbird would look like?
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