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Arpophyllum giganteum in bloom

This is a discussion on Arpophyllum giganteum in bloom within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; After splitting and repotting it about 4 months ago, Both plants are blooming. Each plant ...

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    Post Arpophyllum giganteum in bloom

    After splitting and repotting it about 4 months ago, Both plants are blooming. Each plant has 2 flowers. My friend's has longer flower collums, but mine are blooming
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    It looks like the paph in the back has the flower

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    very nice cattleya alliance....i wish i had one...i think jamaica has a species as well

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    very nice cattleya alliance....i wish i had one...i think jamaica has a species as well

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    Yes it does. It is found in Mexico, Guatemala, Beleze, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela and Jamaica. (I think in Ecuador too) Apparently it is an epiphyte (looks like a terrestrial one, no? )

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    So lovely and unusual for an orchid in the cattleya family.

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