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Galeopetalum Giant

This is a discussion on Galeopetalum Giant within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hello, I brought this orchid with no name. I think it is Galeopetalum Giant. Can ...

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    Hello, I brought this orchid with no name. I think it is Galeopetalum Giant. Can someone verify the name, or the correct name?
    Thanks, alan-rr
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    I don't know the name, but it's a beauty! Does it smell wonderful??

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    yep, looks like it!
    love it!

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    Yes, I agree. Looks like Galeopetalum Giant. Wonderful bloom.

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    its so beautiful...

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    It is a Galeopetalum (Gptm.) Giant 'rhein Harlekin. It is an exact match to yours.

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    Thank you Stan very much the answer and photo. I will make a tag for it.
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