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Diplocaulobium tentaculatum

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    Default Diplocaulobium tentaculatum

    Intermediate to warm growing miniature orchid species. The 2" tall fragrant flower only lasts a day but the plants blooms often
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    wowza Tom, what aaaaa specimen!!!

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    Very beautiful specimen Tom !

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    Man that is sweet! Such a shame the blooms are so short lived.

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    very nice specimen

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    Wow....splendid!

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    Stunning Orchid! Love all of the blooms. Nice growing Tom!

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    How lovely & exotic for such a small plant! Good pics, too! Like Sobralia callosa, unfortunately, the flowers only last 24 hours :-(

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    Tom, does the plant get quite full (wide, as opposed to tall)? It kind of looks that way from the pics & I'm tempted to snag myself one but can't accommodate ones that get tall (but CAN use more that get full....oh, heck, who can't always use more orchids, LOL! Sometimes my wallet says NO but my brain says YES............ :-)......reminds me a bit of some Angrecoid flowers..and fragrant too, a real bonus. I have a Cadetia taylori that's blooming again (bloomed last September) and REALLY appreciate those free flowering ones...well done!

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    such a pity it last only for awhile. But Stunning indeed!

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