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Maxillaria species

This is a discussion on Maxillaria species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I received this and it is not the species that is on the tag. The ...

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    Default Maxillaria species

    I received this and it is not the species that is on the tag. The flowers are about 1" high and hide down within the leaves




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    What is the fragrance like, Ron? Is it like coconut also?

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    You're the Maxillaria king.

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    Cool! So, maybe a dumb question, but are there don't seem to be any max. hybrids....?

    Hail King Maxillaria!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtequine View Post
    Cool! So, maybe a dumb question, but are there don't seem to be any max. hybrids....?

    Hail King Maxillaria!
    Jenny, there are some hybrids. I tend to collect species but do have one Maxillaria hybrid pulla x striata...I will look for the pic for you and post it in another thread.

    Oh and now that I am a king, I expect all to bow or curtsy when in my presence, LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    .....Oh and now that I am a king, I expect all to bow or curtsy when in my presence, LOL.


    heheh... added in a new smile for Ron, King of the Max!

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    I decree next Friday to be - King Maxxie Day...you all may take the day off...but I expect barbecues and fireworks as well as large quantities of beer drunken in my honor

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    Thanks Ron- saw the hybrid in the other post. I forget sometimes that people are into species.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Jenny, there are some hybrids. I tend to collect species but do have one Maxillaria hybrid pulla x striata...I will look for the pic for you and post it in another thread.

    Oh and now that I am a king, I expect all to bow or curtsy when in my presence, LOL.

    oh boy....we've created a monstor! But, I will certainly raise my beer to the Max King next Friday!

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    Beautiful yellow blooms, well done your Highness

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