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Coelogyne pandurata X Coelogyne asperata

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    Default Coelogyne pandurata X Coelogyne asperata

    This is primary hybrids between pandurata and asperata I got it from my friend.Thanks for looking.
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    Looking good! My pandurata is also blooming now!

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    Beautiful. Very interesting cross. Seems to have inherited the pandurata lip and te colour of both parents. The flowers also seem to have better substance than pandurata.

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    Mabuhay!

    Beautiful indeed. How i wish i could grow it here.

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    Oh this is something special Zain! Unique and wonderful patterns/colors. AL

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    The name of this hybrid is Coelogyne Burfordiense.

    Jim Cootes

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    i love this gotta to have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimec View Post
    The name of this hybrid is Coelogyne Burfordiense.

    Jim Cootes
    Thanks for the info Jim!

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    NICE! i have a corymbosa about to shoot out two spikes....cant wait!

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    Thanks for looking and comments as well as given the ID for this pretty hybrids.
    Jordan good luck I hope soon I can see your post.Zain

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