Here’s my Ceratostylis philippinensis as pictured on 8th December 2015. I had intended to position this orchid in such a way that it received more light, but as I mounted it onto the bark outside the BiOrbAir, it did end up being in a lower position that I had hoped for. I also haven’t misted this miniature orchid as much as I intended to, and as a consequence it’s not looking in the best of health.

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