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Megaskepasma erythrochlamys (Brazilian Plume) and Etlingera elatior (Torch Ginger)

This is a discussion on Megaskepasma erythrochlamys (Brazilian Plume) and Etlingera elatior (Torch Ginger) within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; If I've to hazard a guess I would say it could be Den Caesar 'White' ...

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    If I've to hazard a guess I would say it could be Den Caesar 'White' - the slimness of the p-bulb, the shape and colour of the blooms and the scent would indicate this. However I could be very wrong - can't be sure with hybrids.

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    [QUOTE=catttan;357969]If I've to hazard a guess I would say it could be Den Caesar 'White' - the slimness of the p-bulb, the shape and colour of the blooms and the scent would indicate this. However I could be very wrong - can't be sure with hybrids.[/QUOTE

    I checked out this one. Right on target. Thanks Yew Sung.

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