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Bulbophyllum tingabarinum ( Bulbophyllum miniatum )

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    Default Bulbophyllum tingabarinum ( Bulbophyllum miniatum )

    Like many mouths extending tongues, waiting and scrambling for food!

    Bulbophyllum tingabarinum, small plant but produces many flowers. This one have great color, I really like it.
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    WOW!!

    I want one of those! Whooooo Hoo!


    Are they hard to grow - what's their culture - - gee, maybe you should send me that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    WOW!!

    I want one of those! Whooooo Hoo!





    Are they hard to grow - what's their culture - - gee, maybe you should send me that one!
    I grow them with sphagnum, water it not frequently. Put on east side of my house with shade. it have thick leaves, so I think it can tolerate direct sunlight in the morning. In short, it is easy to grow!
    You want some? I'll try to divide them into some parts......

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    Awesome plant! I'm with Diane, I've got to get me one of those! BTW, the close-up photo is stellar, thanks for sharing!
    Matt

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    Absolute stunner!!!

    Haven't seen them around here but will certainly keep an eye out now...

    btw, what's the 'fragrance' like?

    cheers
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    btw, what's the 'fragrance' like?

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    That's what I was wondering. I want one of these, but the wife has forbade me from having "smelly" plants. Little does she now, I have a succulent "carion flower" that I am secretly growing in the kitchen

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATester
    That's what I was wondering. I want one of these, but the wife has forbade me from having "smelly" plants. Little does she now, I have a succulent "carion flower" that I am secretly growing in the kitchen
    Don't worry about the fragrance. Of course the fragance will not be perfume, but compare to "carrion flower", it is nothing. The smell is not obvious.

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    Love the colour!! a REAL STUNNER.

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    Default Absolutely fabulous blooms!

    The pictures are very sharp, too. Wonderful color, form, and substance. Congratulations!

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    Chian--gorgeous! I just spent I don't know how long just staring at it. Wonderful growing job and blooms!

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