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Bulb corolliferum in bloom

This is a discussion on Bulb corolliferum in bloom within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by angel This looks like a "fun" orchid, Yew. I'm not even sure ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    This looks like a "fun" orchid, Yew. I'm not even sure what I mean exactly by fun, it's just that it made me smile spontaneously when I saw the photos.
    Yes Angel it's a fun orchid for me as well - to me it's cute and it's always a hit with the ladies (non-orchid growing ones). Wish I had this in my collection when I was much, much younger.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Yes Angel it's a fun orchid for me as well - to me it's cute and it's always a hit with the ladies (non-orchid growing ones). Wish I had this in my collection when I was much, much younger.............
    Hahahahahaha! It sure is cute and they look like they are smiling, the way the flowers are arranged. The ladies are an added bonus, I'm sure. I think they would like you better now with all your wisdom, orchidwise or otherwise.

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    Love this wonderful bulbo the red color really eye catching I saw my friend specimen as you said very free flowering.

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