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Cleisostoma crochetii

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    Default Cleisostoma crochetii

    bloom once a year, easy to grow.

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    Wow! I love this - thanks for sharing the full plant view - that made it even more special. love the colors on this one.

    How do you manage the warmer-growing ones in your area?

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    What a beautiful orchid plant. I love the final shot showing the size of the plant and bloom spike. Beautiful!!

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    I don't trhink, it's Cleisostoma crochetii. I think it's an Sarcoglphis spec.

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    I grow it under lights.

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    Cleisostoma and Cleisostoma are the same. IOSPE can give you more details.

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    Really a neat little orchid. It has a blooming Bonsai look to it that adds to the appeal of it. AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidsal View Post
    Really a neat little orchid. It has a blooming Bonsai look to it that adds to the appeal of it. AL
    Yes!! That's what it is. I kept thinking, "that looks ... oriental, maybe ... what it is that I can't think of?" You got it for me, Al!

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    Very Beautiful orchids. I like this plant because it is small and does not require a lot of storage space.......lol.

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    Very nice, it looks like the chinese plum blossom bonsai.

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