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This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Species from Papua N.G. very tough plant with spike more than a foot....
Species from Papua N.G. very tough plant with spike more than a foot.
It looks like a grandiflora! I have one of these too and right now it is throwing spikes out all over the place. I have never managed to get it into bud as the spikes kept on blasting before they made it but I was advised to give it more light and since I have well - it should soon be blooming for me for the first time soon!! Yours is very nice, I haven't seen such a tall spike on one before.
Oh yes, is there any scent?
My pictures are not as good as yours but I add a picture of last years flower of my Bulb Grandiflora
Like it a lot and have a lot of new growths this yea and hope it will flower again later in the year
Great looking bulbo flower guys!
Your flower does look more like Bulbophyllum burfordiense. You reckon?
Beautiful. It looks like Bulb. bufordiense but still confused, Bulb. buforidense is synonim of Bulb. grandiflorum or not
according to Kew Garden, it's.
Above link actually is Bulb grandiflora and below my grandiflora just opened few days ago.Susie so sorry the flower already faded another bud is coming will let you know later.
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