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Small vandacious NOID.

This is a discussion on Small vandacious NOID. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Leave length is around 4~5 inches and leave width around 2 inches and appeared quite ...

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    Default Small vandacious NOID.

    Leave length is around 4~5 inches and leave width around 2 inches and appeared quite thin. Leaves closely arranged to one another. Bloom is around 1/2 inch. and bloom sequentially therefore a spike could lasts for months. No fragrance detected. ID would be very appreciated .

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    The genus is Brachypeza. The species could be B. indusiata, nice plant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by epicphals View Post
    The genus is Brachypeza. The species could be B. indusiata, nice plant!
    Thanks Martin, for the ID. Really appreciate it .

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    first time seeing this, nice!!!

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    Very nice species

    ...is that a coconut it is planted in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Very nice species

    ...is that a coconut it is planted in?
    Yes. That is a coconut shell. I drilled the bottom side for drainage. Thanks for looking .

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    I love it, Mazlan!
    I have a couple of bromeliads that are in coconut shells, but I bought them that way. I think I would like growing an orchid in one.
    Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazlani View Post
    Yes. That is a coconut shell. I drilled the bottom side for drainage. Thanks for looking .
    Very creative of you! And what a beautiful orchid too! Thanks for the species identification, Martin.

    cheers,
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