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Brassovola Grand Stars (aka Juanita)

This is a discussion on Brassovola Grand Stars (aka Juanita) within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've had Juanita for about a year now and this will be her first time ...

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    Default Brassovola Grand Stars (aka Juanita)

    I've had Juanita for about a year now and this will be her first time blooming! She has 5 spikes in total with the most of three flowers on a single spike.

    Here is her top view:


    Close-up of the most mature buds:


    Here is a teaser of what is yet to come:


    I'll update as more progresses.

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    Juanita looks great, will be looking for more pictures .. Gin

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    She should be really wonderful in bloom! I look forward to the photos!!

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    The brassavola family is so fun to grow and bloom...yours is really putting out. Great job there!

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    Thanks guys!
    Sadly 6 buds suddenly blasted, so I moved it into my warm and humid terrarium, let's hope the rest of the buds make it!

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