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Tuberolabium woodii

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    Default Tuberolabium woodii

    Intermediate to warm growing miniature species. 4 spikes this year and the flowers have strong fragrance.
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    very nice Tom and im glad you posted this.
    im still trying to figure out the difference to T.quisumbingii.
    T. woddii supposed to have this "missing" tooth on the labellum, sidelobes more spread and coloration of a pale lemon. there is just not any detailed shots around to compare.
    do you grow T.quisumbingii as well?

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    No, I don't grow that but I grow a species that is very similar to T. quisumbingii. T. woodii has very short spike (~2") and carries a lot less flowers per spike than T. quisumbingii

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    Very nice Tom and you really make this look like its bigger than it actually is. I love the fragrance on this one.

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    Very pretty. Great display.

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    Stunning.... is it one day blooms?

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    No, the flowers last ~3 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    No, the flowers last ~3 weeks
    Wow that good, I will put into my wish list, thanks Tom.

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    Wow!! Love blooms when they create clump like that. Thanks Tom.

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