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Trias disciflora

This is a discussion on Trias disciflora within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Intermediate to warm growing species. The flower is over an inch and it is the ...

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    Default Trias disciflora

    Intermediate to warm growing species. The flower is over an inch and it is the biggest flower of the genus.
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    what wonderful culture this plant is under. even the older bulbs remain fat and plump. do you water daily Tom?

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    I water it once ever other day(dry it out slightly, it is very easy to rot)

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    The colors on that are pretty amazing.

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    Love the color and the cool lip on this orchid bloom.

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    It's all been said other than to say how wonderfully unique this orchid is. AL

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    Very nice. Reminds me of some of the bulbos .

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    Thank you all!

    mazlan, this genus is very closely related to Bulbophyllum. I wouldn't be surprised if they once called it Bulbophyllum.

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    They have now moved into Bulbophyllum.
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    ---------- Post Merged at 03:41 PM ----------

    Bulbophyllum disciflorum is the new name.
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