Great photos and flowers Dragon Eye and amp!
Woah..... Words fail. That's gorgeous!
How's it's temperament? What conditions does it grow in? Are they readily available?
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Katie, i've found it to be a rather easy grower with not to many demands other than humidity. it is an intermediate temperate, and i am growing mine mounted on cork bark, where it is watered everyday in the summer and once every other day in the winter. unfortunately, miniature orchids are on the fringe of orchid society, as most are attracted to large showy flowers. however, there is an increasing interest in miniature orchids among orchid growers so they might be easier to find in the future. otherwise, you can wait till i am able to divide mine.
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sweet acquisition Mato! i've been wanting to add that one into my collection but i dont have anymore space. hahahaha. i love how the plant makes it's own "lace" casings. quite elegant indeed!
Amph, can you recommend a supplier for smallish Orchids of the "botanical curiosity" type here in the US? You know.....Lepanthes, Masdevallias, Bubophyllums, Pleurothallids and the like: appropriate companions for a Highland Nepenthes collection. Great plants you've shown! Thanks.
Paul, Andy's Orchids has a huge selection of the little Pleurothallids.
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I just realized I can now grow Draculas in my current greenhouse! Can anyone hook me up with a supplier who can sell me D. vampira, or one of the "black" Dracula hybrids? Thanks!