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This is a discussion on Wild orchids within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Zainal, You are so fortunate.. Thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful ...
You are so fortunate..
Thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful ecosystem ..
I saw huge clumps of Bulbo lobbii variety Cameroon Highland the pseudobulb almost melts due to direct sun light and also noted two buds one blasted and this one is so beautiful I like it so much this species relatively very small flower as compared those from Borneo.It's has very sweet fragrant.
A lovely coloured lobbii, Zainal. The Cameron Highlands never ceases to amaze me with the wealth of orchids. Every time I feel stressed out I go to the Cameron Highlands and come back refreshed and rejuvenated.
Those pictures are so cool. It is great to see orchids growing naturally. Thanks!
This Bulbophyllum uniflorum endemic to West Malaysia as you can see it is unifoliate epiphyte attached so strongly to the tree bark the spike more than 6 inches as depicted in the photos below has pleasant smelly.
The flower is not fully opened but very pretty. Flower exsitu.
Very pretty. This bulbo has one of the most colourful flowers in the genus.