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This is a discussion on Ancistrochilus rothschildianus within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by orchidsal Absolutely stunning! These blooms would lend a air of sophistication to ...
Salam En. Zainal, Never managed to buy this because whenever I see this, it is almost always without leave....
A wonderful Angraecoid!
Aha ... I have a plant of this, not very big, came from the collection of the late Joyce Stewart ( author of many orchid books etc, one time chairman World Orchid Conference, and so on ) , which she left for the members of my Society - she was a member. But I didn't know how to grow it. I have it in S/H which sounds too wet from what is said here- although it has made a bulb in it. but I'll do a repot now into something drier.
That is one awesome looking flower!
Does anyone knows which genera this belongs to?
Vincent, the genus is Ancistrochilus. There are two species in this genus rothschildianus being one of them. It is an African species
it has a romantic color.