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Coelogyne Burfordiense

This is a discussion on Coelogyne Burfordiense within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is primary hybrids between asperata and pandurata, blooming again sweet smelling.The character of pbulb ...

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    Default Coelogyne Burfordiense

    This is primary hybrids between asperata and pandurata, blooming again sweet smelling.The character of pbulb also similar like asperata
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    Gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoStems View Post
    Gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing
    You are welcome thanks Ali.

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    beautiful. Are there any differences in the pseudobulb between the hybrid and their perents or only the flower?

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    love this, it's beautiful - martha

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    Very nice... I have never seen Burfordiense offered for sale here, but I know it is available in other countries..

    Robert asperata has cone-shaped pseudobulbs that can be quite large, and the leaves are massive. The plant is not creeping. Pandurata has large flattened pseudobulbs with a long climbing rhizome between pseudobulbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    beautiful. Are there any differences in the pseudobulb between the hybrid and their perents or only the flower?
    The pseudobulb they are very close together exactly like asperata, in term of size more or less as you can see in the photo below. The flowers character, size and their presentation are similar too thanks Robert.Name:  1.jpg
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    what a stunner. Love the blooms on this orchid!

    cheers,
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    This is a very beautiful hybrid, Zainal. I think it has combined the best of both parents. The flower count and the more compact arrangement of the blooms are reminiscent of the asperata parent and it still retains the charming lip markings and green overall colour of pandurata.

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    Very clever hybrid!! Thanks for sharing En. Zainal. Salam .

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