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This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum medusae x tridentatum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This hybrid has a nice fragance, smells like a red apple. Its very free flowering, ...
This hybrid has a nice fragance, smells like a red apple. Its very free flowering, every bulb. will produce at least 2 spikes. That's why you can see the flowers whole year round.
Very nice orchid blooms. I guess the bulbo tridentatum must influence the color and the shape quite a bit in this orchid cross. I have Bulbophyllum medusae (white) and the bulbo tridentatum is a dark red with similar shapped blooms to this hybrid, only less frilly. Very interesting hybrid here, Neoh.
I have no words to describe this, which doesn't happen often. Beautiful!
Very interesting cross. Love the colour and its tree flowering characteristic.
Wow...those are so beautiful. The arrangement looks like something you'd see in a painting. Very nice, thank you for sharing this lovely flower spike!
Ditto and I completely agree with all adjectives used. AL
Nice color! Glad it doesn't take after medusa in the fragrance department.
Beautiful! I like the little root sticking its nose in the picture!