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This is a discussion on Bulbo frostii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A funny old thing is frostii ; does nothing for most of the year, then ...
A funny old thing is frostii ; does nothing for most of the year, then suddenly produces new growths. Likewise with the flowers. But they are sufficiently distinct to make it a keper - in fact I have another two - all with slightly different coloured flowers - a common thing in Bulbo's I find - a lot of variation in each species.
Very nice shot.love this shoes
I've toyed with getting one of these but bulbos and I often have "issues". Love the little shoes though.
very cute, like a shoes.
Very nice...and great pictures. I have trouble getting good shots of the tinier flowers.
Not actually tinies Connie - these boots are baby doll size - at least an inch long.
Definitely on my wish list. Your photograph is one of the best I have seen Geoff and it shows the flowers to full advantage. May I ask how big this plant is?, and can they get much bigger? Thanks in advance. AL
I really hope mine decides to bloom one of these days. I am getting a new growth though.