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This is a discussion on Cochleanthes species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Wow! You always post such unusual and beautiful flowers....
Wow! You always post such unusual and beautiful flowers.
After much research i see cochleanthes trinitatis is now chaubardia surinamensis...im still happy andd i got a rare epidendrum hartii today lol
Seems to have a lot of flowers. Envy you. is it fragrant?
im now very excited...i told you i had an amazonica in bud and it turns out that i was in for a surprise..judge for urself..i know what it is and tell me what you think...i know you will know what it is..but a little guessing game is fun sometimes
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On the internet the closest pic i saw was C.discolor on iospe...check it out...its not native to here its from Redlands orchid show..the peruvians sold it to a friend of mine.maybe ecuagenera
Thanks for those great photographs!!! There are so many genera that are not appreciated and Cochleanthes is certainly one of them! My favorite is amazonica!
amazing you can grow them in Malaysia.