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This is a discussion on L. itambana within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a rupicolous (rock loving) laelia with flowers roughly the size of of a ...
This is a rupicolous (rock loving) laelia with flowers roughly the size of of a quarter.I fell in love with this group quite a few years ago It just opened & looks like some other growths will be blooming as well as they mature.This blooms every year for me around this time.
I meant to add in my 1st post that I stuck my nose in the blooms & this is the 1st time that I have ever noticed that it had a fragrance--quite spicy! (I've had this plant since 1999 )
fragrant, too? Jane, let me know when this becomes dividable, ok?
It's lovely Jane. Thanks for posting. That slight touch of pink (?) is charming.
Very nice Jane! Thanks for posting!
Hi Jane, and all the comunity...
Can you talk us the growing method for this L. itambana.
Málaga - SPAIN
Lovely! Very charming...and good growing!