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another experiment

This is a discussion on another experiment within the Breeding & Hybridization forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; hi guys......to me it looks like a " wheat-leaved " bulbophyllum.....we have them in oz ...

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    hi guys......to me it looks like a " wheat-leaved " bulbophyllum.....we have them in oz and it is a epiphyte that grows on trees and occasionally on rocks in humid areas near creaks... mostly in rainforrest areas.
    hope that helps a bit....

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    Default update of seed pod

    I just took a few pictures and like to share with everyone, hope you enjoy it like I do. first picture is COELOGYNE FIMBRIATA, second is an update of the seed pod and few blooms of the psychopsis, third and forth is bird of paradise. It is the best one I see so far. Any one have any idea how long for a psychopsis pod to be ready?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingiefreak View Post
    hi guys......to me it looks like a " wheat-leaved " bulbophyllum.....we have them in oz and it is a epiphyte that grows on trees and occasionally on rocks in humid areas near creaks... mostly in rainforrest areas.
    hope that helps a bit....
    I am sure it not a bulbophyllum type. I think Mahon is on the right track. I found a picture very close to the one I have with a different color.

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    Default update plant and pod

    Here is the update of the pod it about two months old now. It almost as big as my little finger. All the bloom had fallen. The plant has two new growths that are putting out two new spikes. The plant has a total of five spikes now. The oldest spike is about two year old. Hopefully this time it will produce some good seeds.
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    That is great! I hope it produces good seed for you this time!!

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