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Epidendrum porpax (syn. Neolehemannia porpax) Reicb. f.

This is a discussion on Epidendrum porpax (syn. Neolehemannia porpax) Reicb. f. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This creeping and branching species grows best mounted.This one is an Albinowith Apple Green flowers,size ...

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    Wink Epidendrum porpax (syn. Neolehemannia porpax) Reicb. f.

    This creeping and branching species grows best mounted.This one is an Albinowith Apple Green flowers,size 1in(2.5 cm).Flowering in winter and spring.Grows from Mexico to Peru C/I.
    Misting throughout the year,easy to grow.
    Can be spectacular when in flower with many stemsflowering at the same time.

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    Lovely bloom and plant. Love how it seems to creep. The flowers are impressive.

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    That is very nice. I not only like the orchid, but the piece of wood that it is mounted on is also beautiful. Betty :-)

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    That is really a cool orchid. I too like the way it grows.

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    Fantastic bloom and great plant.
    Last year I got small division from my friend, it is doing well and I hope to see some blooms soon, til then I'm going to admire yours

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    what a nice epidendrum that is!

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    I also have a neolehmania porpax. It is a very fun orchid to have
    I absolutely LOVE the color and shape of this flower. Mine has a red-brownish lip.
    You're taking good care of it; you have a lot of flowers on a small surface.
    Tip: (personal experiance) make sure it can rest on something, don't let it 'hang'
    Keep up the good work!

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