There's Rattler's 'P-Moon' offspring, my Utric blooms of spring (ok - not all are Orchidioides - but they're all utrics!) and RSS's U. geminiloba flower (which I polluted w/ non-flower pics) (bad me!!), Kulamauiman's flower's, Andrew's U. reniformis & U. alpina x endresii for starters.
OK - some of the threads aren't *just* flower pics but .....
Last edited by RL7836; 12-30-2010 at 03:46 PM.
Just noticed my U.campbelliana sent out a flowerstalk! I received a two-leafed plantlet in may 2010, and afer 7 months of growing - finally it's still very small but I'm really happy, I hope to get some seeds. The stalk is visible in the right lower corner of the pic.
Interesting info with the pullings. I have to try it out too! Never tought of propagating the orchidioides this way!
Not orchidioides, but here are some photos from the greenhouse, Thursday:
What utric is that in the bucket jefforever? That thing is huge!
You have a rennie blooming now?? Wow! Sweet! Mine are just being dried-out / cooled down for the winter torture in the hopes I can get a flower in the spring ....
Adam, Ron is right, it's a U. humboldtii, but no flowers yet! I've left it outside with my reniformis in a poorly heated greenhouse where it stays just above 40F.
Thanks for your enthusiasm Ron... it's my first flower off this reniformis clone! It's a "giant" form from a nursery in Australia, I got it from a guy in Cali. I'm growing it the UK way using a dense mix of peat and turkey grit. Flower stalk's almost 3 ft tall!
I lost both my macro hybrids and my quelchii mt wei last summer because my neighbors let them rot... I lost another clone of quelchii and a geminiloba 2 winters ago because they froze. And my U. nelumbifolia is constantly set back by aphids and scale which also eat up any flower stalks that form on my U. alpina clones lol. Gah, I have such bad luck with these plants