Singapore ∙ Joined 1y 2d
Mainly orchids, but have others too. Many unlisted, do pm me if there's something you're looking for, I might just have it.
Zygonisia Murasaki Komachi
This Zygonisia has been with me for about 1.5 years and is much bigger than any you can find from nurseries. Already well acclimatised and growing strong in Singapore's climate. Blooms on every new growth for me and very reliable. Spots are normal and is due to Zygopetalum parentage. Very easy to ca
Trichocentrum hybrid large clump
Very large clump of an unknown Trichocentrum hybrid. Had an ID but lost it, can't remember what it was. Produces yellow, brown and orange flowers. This clump can easily be divided into 2 good sized divisions. Give bright but not direct light and daily watering. Fast deal 30
Good seedgrown Lophophora diffusa. It actually has pretty whitish skin. Not the real white skin Lophophora but it's not that far off also. It's seedgrown with a nice taproot. Good size also, about 4+cm size. Pot is 5.5cm. Likes weekly watering and bright light. Strictly no full sun.
Rare: Ipomoea bolusiana caudex
Very rare African, morning glory caudex. Plant in first pic is the same one, was in a different pot last time. Very easy to grow and produces beautiful flowers. Nice and round caudex with very white skin. Likes bright shade and once a week watering. Fast deal 180.
Rare: Peristeria elata
2 divisons of this rather rare orchid, the larger clump for 35 and the smaller for 30. Produces white flowers during a slight dormancy. These plants are semi deciduous and usually drop leaves on mature bulbs after awhile. Take both for 60. Likes strong fertilising and daily watering. Give bright but
Acriopsis liliifolia huge clump
Massive clump of a native species. Very uncommonly seen in cultivation. Can produce up to 100 flowers on a spike. Last picture are flowers of this exact plant. Very old and well established specimen sized plant. Bright shade with no direct sun and daily watering. Fast deal 120. FOC a Dockrillia rigi
Rare: Paraphalaenopsis serpentilingua nbs
A young nbs paraphal serpentilingua. Has been growing in Singapore for almost a year already and established itself firmly on the mount. Has 2 large roots gripping the wood. Very rare orchid, not often offered. Grown in medium to bright light with daily watering.