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This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum tortum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by zainal abidin No problem Natali I am very happy at least I ...
Thank you for your nice words and informative comments!
I used to have this species a few years ago but it died. I figured out it needed more humid conditions than I had provided. I also think my plant is quite happy now and hope this time I will be luckier. (smile)
Here is my first Bulbo.tortum:
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I have a picture from May, 13th. Day or two before opening the bud looked like a beak.
Thank for sharing very odd presentation of this wonderful species Natali so interesting usually if it's looked like a beak to me inside got small insects that begin to destroy this plant but not this one.
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Would like to share some of my Bulbo tortum in my collection.
Another clone hanging over the plastic pot right now in buds.
A few more pics from today.
The lower part of the "beak" is a leaf!
Thank you Zain!! I hope it will work fine for me. I just love this Bulbo and don't want to lose it.
Thanks again for your comments.