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Epigenium nakahari

This is a discussion on Epigenium nakahari within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Another small plant so only 2 blooms.The 1st one I missed.As you can see that ...

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    Another small plant so only 2 blooms.The 1st one I missed.As you can see that one is forming a seed pod close by --looks like a string bean .
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    that's quite cute! Thanks for sharing, Jane,
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    Jane, did you pollinate it, or was it one of those "accidents?"

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    neat! I like it!

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