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Galeandra baueri

This is a discussion on Galeandra baueri within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Free flowering with long lasting blooms and do not cut the old spikes it will ...

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    Smile Galeandra baueri

    Free flowering with long lasting blooms and do not cut the old spikes it will come out another bunch of bloom. Worth to have in my jungle.
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    This is very nice! What a great flower shape/structure, and I like the soft colors.

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    hi zain,
    cool blooms! i really like those brown stripes, it gives em a "sea shell" like appearance.

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    That is a cool set of blooms. Really pretty, Zain.

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    oh yes, I like it very much. interesting flowers. thanks

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    Very nice blooms , Zainal.

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    Those are very unusual. I love the stripes...sea shell look myself. What are the requirements for this plant?? Would they love my Florida weather?? My jungle would love one of those for certain!

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    Thanks for your nice comments, I like it.
    Connie. This species require hot to warm environment as long as you provide the need it should thrive very well. You can try I think should be ok. I saw some species from hot to warm climate brought to high altitude they even can bloom with vivid color.

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    Nice one, but are you sure about its ID? My G. batemanii looks just like this one.

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    Tom I bought the protocom from Australia 4 years ago, I am personally asking for G. baueri. May be clerical error, deep in my mine always remember G.baueri. For your information I am asking for protocom Sievekingia fimbriata, when in bloom its become suavis, how frustrated am I, Tom.( Same vendor)

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