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This is a discussion on Coelogyne asperata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Dear Mazlan, that might be the prettiest bloom I have ever seen! I really want ...
Dear Mazlan, that might be the prettiest bloom I have ever seen!
I really want one-or two or three...
Thanks all for looking and commenting .
Fantastic, mazlan! Although it looks a bit difference than the ones I have seen, it is an outstanding Coelogyne for sure!
Nice clone very beautiful En Mazlan congratulations I think this is the most easiest plant to flower in my place, salam.
wow, wow, wow! This is a stunner!
Great blooms!!!! Thanks for sharing
Congrats!!! what the composition of the potting media? thanks
a stunning display, real beauty.
I love this species and it's primary hybrid Coel. Burfordiense (Coel. pandurate x asperata). A word of warning for anybody who's thinking of buying one: the plants are HUGE! A friend of mine bought one a few years ago and when we went to collect it we were shocked by the size of it. The plant had about 7 pseudobulbs, all with their leaves still intact and together with the pot the plant stood at 4-5 feet tall. Make sure you have enough space for it as they look more like young coconut palms than orchids and even small plants with only a few pseudobulbs will take up as much space, if not more, than a very large cymbidium.
Last edited by serama; June 12th, 2012 at 05:57 AM.