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This is a discussion on Cleisostoma duplicilobum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bought this one frm native people on the way down from Cameron Highland last December. ...
Bought this one frm native people on the way down from Cameron Highland last December. So glad it's now fully adapted to new environment and blooming.
Lovely. Glad to see your plants from Cameron Highlands have adapted well and blooming. I too bought some plants from the orang asli (aborigines) on the Simpang Pulai-Cameron side, mostly Coelogyne and a Cymbidium. The Cym seems to be putting out 2 spikes(at least, I hope they are spikes) 18 months after acquiring them. I am really excited about this, as this will only be the first Cym from the highlands to bloom! A small Arundina graminifolia stuck among the roots of the Coelogyne is blooming! BTW the plants were bought from an orang asli 'stall' at the foothills around 2000 ft elevation. The plants from the lower elevation might account for why they have acclimatised more easily to the lowlands.
Very nice one, love the tiny hairs!
The flowers on this orchid look so thick. They must last and last.
The plant look a bit difference with mine. Nice spike
Your close up photography of these blooms is nothing short of excellent. I have admired these flowers before and your pictures have increased my regard for them. AL
Last edited by orchidsal; April 14th, 2012 at 11:09 PM.
Very pretty indeed love the close up photo.Congratulations Abiom.
your picture are much better then in Malesian Orchid Journal vol 9. There is a article about all Clesostoma from peninsual Malaysia.