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Old 09-28-2014, 10:28 PM
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Scaphosepalum rapax - this cute mini blooms many times through out the year. I have some mounted, some potted in sphagnum, some inside, some outside. Bright shade, keeping moist, good humidity.
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I just added this one to my wish list. It is adorable! Wow!
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I just added this one to my wish list. It is adorable! Wow!
It is awesome miniature, one of my very first once, and blooming all the time!
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Really cool!
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Scaphosepalum rapax - this cute mini blooms many times through out the year. I have some mounted, some potted in sphagnum, some inside, some outside. Bright shade, keeping moist, good humidity.
Divine! My 2,breve and swertifolium are thumbing their noses at me all the time. Nice leaves,zero flowers. Probably too dim but tell me...do you repot yours at reg. intervals with sphagnum?
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Really cool!
Thank you Rosie

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Divine! My 2,breve and swertifolium are thumbing their noses at me all the time. Nice leaves,zero flowers. Probably too dim but tell me...do you repot yours at reg. intervals with sphagnum?
Thank you. Regarding potting - I am pretty bad with re potting, I go 99% for over potted rather than under potted, so I do repot any of my orchids only when it is "really" necessary and they are growing all out of the pot, or if I see issue that needs to be addressed. Other than that, I keep them in the same pot as far as they are happy and growing/spiking.
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That is tiny. It looks like its going out to eat something.
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HELP! I am new to the site so forgive me if I am being redundant of a previous post. I just acquired a Schaph. Rapax and it is looking a little droopy and curled and has a couple leaves starting to yellow a tad - what is going on? Is it too dry or too wet or mounted upside down?! (I'd attach a photo but it won't let me as it doesn't have a URL)

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