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    I grow 10 forms of P. curta and over 400...

    I grow 10 forms of P. curta and over 400 varieties of other Australian terrestrial orchids.

    The best time to repot is always when the plants are fully dormant and before they begin to regrow.
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    That would be correct.

    That would be correct.
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    Also from Victoria

    Also from Victoria
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    That's only a selection of what can be found in...

    That's only a selection of what can be found in the area too. I was fortunate enough to visit about 20 years ago and have been itching to get back ever since.

    All of the species are in cultivation.
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    My experiences relate to mainland Australian...

    My experiences relate to mainland Australian populations of D. arcturi and not relevant to comments above regarding NZ north island forms.

    I can confirm that the populations here do experience at...
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    They are all easy to grow species. The...

    They are all easy to grow species. The Chiloglottis can be kept damp even during dormancy.

    These are all species that I'd begin to water in late January down here.
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    Obviously my seasons are opposite to yours so...

    Obviously my seasons are opposite to yours so you'll need to adjust.
    My plants are grown in a complex mix of co**** sand, finer sand, 8mm pine bark, loam, composted leaf mould (containg Eucalyptus,...
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    Hello Jeff, I have tried to respond to your PM...

    Hello Jeff,

    I have tried to respond to your PM but it doesn't appear to be working for me.

    I currently grow a large range of species from the following genera-

    Pterostylis, Diplodium,...
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    Yes. I have around 300 pots of them.

    Yes. I have around 300 pots of them.
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    Looking forward to the "better pic" Mine are...

    Looking forward to the "better pic"

    Mine are only in leaf at the moment with no signs of flower scapes. The warm weather must have kicked yours along quickly.
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    My Caladenia flava's have hit the surface in the...

    My Caladenia flava's have hit the surface in the past week but no signs of any Elythranthera yet.

    The WA species are a bit behind my eastern Australian species (the majority of the collection)....
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    My T. crinita forms and D. magnifica have been up...

    My T. crinita forms and D. magnifica have been up for about 3 weeks now. It will be interesting to compare the growth rates.
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    Sounds like a good substrate. I'd be using plenty...

    Sounds like a good substrate. I'd be using plenty of the coarse sand to keep it open.
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    For those interested in images of plants in the...

    For those interested in images of plants in the wild from my home state of Victoria here in south eastern Australia, one of the worlds terrestrial orchid hotspots.
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    i've just received the same species as well as...

    i've just received the same species as well as others from the same supplier. These have the tendency and reputation to slowly decline and very difficult to maintain. I'll be pleased if either of us...
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    You've started your collection with some tricky...

    You've started your collection with some tricky species. The C. flava and the Elythranthera in particular are notoriously difficult to grow, even by the so-called expert growers down here.

    Most...
  17. Cool. Let me know. It might be winter here but...

    Cool. Let me know. It might be winter here but the reptiles can be found if you know where to look and in 3 weeks time the CPs and orchids will be plentiful.
  18. Happy to show you some spots around Melbourne if...

    Happy to show you some spots around Melbourne if you like.
  19. The orchid IDs are correct. Pity you're not...

    The orchid IDs are correct.

    Pity you're not over here in Victoria as I could have shown you some nice reptiles as well as CPs.
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    Yes, fully submerged in about 25cm of water in...

    Yes, fully submerged in about 25cm of water in filtered light.
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    I've been growing U. volubilis for over 10 years...

    I've been growing U. volubilis for over 10 years now. The plants are still in their original pot and substrate.

    They were easy to grow from seed and now have leaves over 20cm long. Unfortunately I...
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    Are you sure that is a form of D. macrophylla...

    Are you sure that is a form of D. macrophylla ssp. monantha? It looks much more like a form of D. tubaestylus.
  23. Thread: tuberous NOID.

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    If tuber was/is pink it is D.menziesii.

    If tuber was/is pink it is D.menziesii.
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    Yes, anytime.

    Yes, anytime.
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    Not myself. Let's just say that I have a...

    Not myself. Let's just say that I have a comprehensive understanding of the Quarantine and Customs requirements regarding the legal exportation and more relevantly, the legal importation of plant...
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