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Old 02-22-2014, 06:51 PM
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Just acquired for the foliage. I think at least a couple of years before blooms.
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This is amazing, did not know this!
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This is really cute!! I love the leaves!
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What an interesting plant! Please keep us updated on its progress.


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Cool, lovely leaves.
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I love the leaves on this one too! Great buy!
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I know I've seen this somewhere. Maybe on ebay or one of the Japanese orchid site but I can't find it now!

That is one growth. The pbulb is the size for goeringii or ensifolium but the leaves are wider and shorter than you'd expect from the parents. I should take a pic of the base.

---------- Post added at 04:31 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:07 PM ----------

The numbered divisions on the scale is 1 cm.
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Wow thats tiny!! How many growths?
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Can anyone tell me if I can repot this now?

I've seen goeringii and ensifolium in gravel/pebbles of some kind here and elsewhere. Doesn't it get compacted?

I'm planning on LECA in a make-do plastic tall pot (until I can find a real pot). Its roots are too long for 2" net pots. Bad idea?

I'd like to do this in inorganic media. I also have Kanuma pumice (I think is too small and too absorbant), lava rocks, granite chip dressing (too small) and perlite for inorganic.

Any advice appreciated.
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