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Bifrenaria aureofulva

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    Default Bifrenaria aureofulva

    A hot to warm growing epifit with fragrant blooms:
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    The flower...with the exception of the unusual shaped lip...looks alot like a dendrobium. I like the color!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    The flower.....looks alot like a dendrobium.
    If I wouldn't know it is Bifrenaria, I would think it is Maxillaria - the shape of flower looks to me like Maxillaria

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    I think it is correctly named ; an interesting colour !.
    I have flowered B.harrisoniana and tyriantha in the past, and have a couple of other species, non-flowered in the collection at present. They need a hard rest I think or they miss out on flowering. Not easy , so well done Branka .

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    Can grow here but difficult to flower, lovely bloom.

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    Gorgeous colour Branka. 'Sunny delight' in more ways than one!

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    Love that orange! I've never seen this one before. I have B. harrisoniae but have not managed to bloom it yet. Good job growing and blooming yours!

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    Sweet orange color! I've never seen this particular species before.

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    this is a lovely color.

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    First time seeing this species.
    Well growing and nice color!

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