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This is a discussion on Laelia anceps within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is the first of 3 very long spikes to open. Also the first time ...
This is the first of 3 very long spikes to open. Also the first time it's bloomed for me.
Just beautiful, Jeff - you'll have many more blooms soon, I'm sure. Great growing!
very, very pretty!
I should take pics of mine and send them to you...see if you can diagnose what is wrong with my anceps cross. It won't bloom. I've burned it, given it shade...let it get cold...let it get hot...someday i'm gonna pull it out and repot it and see if that works. I do not know...it will not bloom. What did you do?? lol Please tell me...how did you get yours to bloom? Any ideas?
I've always liked the flowers of anceps. The ridiculouly long spike has been a sufficient deterant
That's a nice L. Anceps and it looks quite large, any measurements (w x l)?