Tomas Bajza and His Exotic Miniature Orchids ❀🔅✾


Micro size orchid, one of my very favorite Lepanthes species, grown in the glass orb, constant moist, bright shade, intermediate temps.

My absolutely favorite micro orchid, found in Panama, belongs among most seek micro species. Does grow great in constant moist conditions with bright shade, but I have some grown outside on drift wood, that dries out completely every day growing fine too, and in but right now.

Another Cryptocentrum species, I find blooms on this one prettier than on standleyi, also plant is slightly larger in size.

South America miniature species, foliage looks like miniature palm tree, very interesting blooms. Grown mounted in intermediate – hot year round, bright shade.

Amazing mini miniature size Dendroboium from PNG.

Amazing foliage, and even more interesting blooms. Mounted on small tree fern slab, grown in shade, intermediate-hot.

Madagaskar miniature species, grown in shady location, keeping moist and never letting dry out completely. Produce dozens of the spikes at once!

Cute small African species, I do grow this one pretty much like my Vandas – bright but not direct sun, mounted, letting dry slightly in between waterings.

Love the pendulous crawling growing habit, leaves are so pretty itself, with nice marbling, blooms are surprisingly large compare to plant size. Must be kept moist at all times, and likes intermediate-warm, never hot, and shady.

One of my favorite, mini miniature size plant, in spike nonstop, beautiful shape and color of the blooms, love moist conditions, intermediate to warm temps, low light.

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