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Dossina Marmorata

Dossinia Marmorata

Dossinia Marmorata is a beautiful jewel orchid characterized by contrasting  pinkish silver veins against the dark green pigment of the leaf. Dossinia Marmorata is a terrestrial orchid, which means it grows in soil. In their natural environment, these orchids can be found growing on the forest floor. Grow in medium light. Plant in sphagnum moss or potting soil and keep the medium slightly moist. This plant will grow easily and strongly in your vivarium.

Origin: Malaysia, Indonesia and Burma

Mature size: Tall - can grow up to 12 inches

Light: Moderate light

Planting: Jewel Orchids should be watered regularly as they don’t like to be dry. An important thing to remember is that don’t like standing water either so wait until the soil begins to dry out before watering again. Don’t over-water your Jewel Orchids as dry Jewel Orchids are easier to protect than those damaged by damp conditions.

Water: Keep soil well drained. Always keep the soil slightly moist but never soggy. 

Temperature: They need high humidity and warm temperatures. They do well in a terrarium at 70 to 80F: 20 to 28C 

Propagation: Remove new plant from mother plant and replant into moist soil. You will be able to get it to root by placing it in water. Plant will establish and grow roots in a short time. 


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