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Old 09-04-2018, 02:13 PM
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Here's a link to the build thread: https://www.dendroboard.com/forum/pa...ld-thread.html

I started out with the intent to focus primarily on miniature orchids, but I have been really enjoying the epiphytic ferns I planted as "practice". Although I have another order of orchids shipping today, there will definitely be more ferns added in the future!
Right now I am not planning on adding any frogs for at least two years due to my current living situation.

The tank immediately after planting in July:


And now 8 weeks later:


Probably a little premature for an update, but I'm pretty excited about the new growth I've been getting!

After not doing anything for about 6-7 weeks (other than dropping some leaves on arrival) my Dryadella cristata is shooting out some new leaves! I took this picture a couple days ago and the new growth has already doubled in length.


I have both Lemmaphyllum microphyllum and Lemmaphyllum microphyllum 'Small Round' in the tank. Both seem to be doing very well. The regular Lemmaphyllum microphyllum is rambling all over the cork like crazy, while the 'Small Round' form has sprouted several small leaves and has started spreading somewhat as well.
Here is a pic of the 'Small Round'.


Lastly, the Davallia parvula rhizome has shot out to the side and produced two new leaves and a third on the way!
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First bloom!
Pleurothallis grobyi 'Small'
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Thats a beauty! Is it fragrant?
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Thats a beauty! Is it fragrant?
Not as far as I can tell, but I can't really fit my head in there to check haha.
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Not as far as I can tell, but I can't really fit my head in there to check haha.
Oh come now, where is your sense of adventure!? Stick your nose right in there
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