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The seeds are just dust! Needs help from a specific fungus to evolve into a plant. Grit 5mm.

Author: Achille Richard, 1822-1831
Family:  Orchidaceae
Habitat:   Borneo, Cambodia, China, Hainan, Laos, Malaya, Myanmar, Philippines, Sumatera, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
Soil:   Rich
Water:   Maximum
Sun:   Minimum
Height:  30 centimetres
Flower:   White
Propagate:   Seeds/Cuttings
Names:   Jewel Orchid
Synonyms:  Goodyera discolor, Ker Gawl. 1818.
And quite a few more below...

This member of the
Orchidaceae family was given this name by Achille Richard somewhere between 1822 and 1831. It if found in south eastern Asia, growing in a rich soil with quite some water and little to some sun. The plant can grow to 30 centimetres in height, and bear white flowers.

Family: Orchidaceae
SubFamily: Spiranthoideae
Tribe: Cranchideae
SubTribe: Goodyerinae

Anoectochilus dawsonianus H.Low ex Rchb.f.
Anoectochilus ordeanus S.Jenn.
Anoectochilus ordianus K.Koch
Anoectochilus rubrovenia E.J.Lowe & W.Howard
Dicrophyla elegans Raf.
Gonogona discolor (Ker Gawl.) Link
Goodyera dawsoniana (H.Low ex Rchb.f.) W.Bull
Goodyera discolor Ker Gawl.
Goodyera ordeana (S.Jenn.) Boxall ex Náves
Goodyera ordiana B.S.Williams
Goodyera rodigasciana L.Linden
Goodyera rubrovenia B.S.Williams
Haemaria dawsoniana (H.Low ex Rchb.f.) Hasselbr.
Haemaria discolor (Ker Gawl.) Lindl.
Haemaria otletae Rolfe
Haemaria pauciflora Gagnep.
Haemaria rubrovenia (B.S.Williams) Rchb.f. ex Stein
Kuhlhasseltia carrii Holttum
Ludisia dawsoniana (H.Low ex Rchb.f.) Aver.
Ludisia discolor var. dawsoniana (H.Low ex Rchb.f.) J.M.H.Shaw
Ludisia discolor var. ordiana (B.S.Williams) J.M.H.Shaw
Ludisia furetii Blume
Ludisia odorata Blume
Ludisia otletae (Rolfe) Aver.
Myoda rufescens Lindl.
Neottia discolor (Ker Gawl.) Steud.
Orchiodes discolor (Ker Gawl.) Kuntze