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Schomb Undulata

This is a discussion on Schomb Undulata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I should not have let this plant bloom this year as it was a bare ...

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    I should not have let this plant bloom this year as it was a bare root last year. But when it spiked I was far too curious and I let it go. Only got a few flowers but they are pretty.
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    Nice colors and rufflie

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    Great colour and love the ruffles. Is it big plant?

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    Interesting colour combination. I like the way the stem is pink too.

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    Wow, I'm glad you let it bloom too - it looks great!

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    They are pretty, Cin! I love the schombs but just a couple of mature plants would occupy my entire grow space!


    Quote Originally Posted by Molly Taco View Post
    I should not have let this plant bloom this year as it was a bare root last year. But when it spiked I was far too curious and I let it go. Only got a few flowers but they are pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Great colour and love the ruffles. Is it big plant?
    The plant isn't big right now but has the potential of becoming a big boy the spike is about 36". I have a couple on my palms that are quite big and another climbing out of it's 12" basket. They are big husky plants not for the windowsill grower, unless you have really really big windows.
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    Cin, I take it this isn't the one Aaron attached to your palm in exchange for the artwork? When I move to FL, I'm going to have schombs on all my palms! Wish, wish!

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    No this is not Aaron's schomb, that one was pulled down by one of our nasty raccoons but is now reattached and happily growing new roots. I hate Raccoons
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