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Spathoglottis kimballiana var. angustifolia

This is a discussion on Spathoglottis kimballiana var. angustifolia within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by angel Thanks, Zainal. However, I only have one plant in a pot. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Thanks, Zainal. However, I only have one plant in a pot. I am waiting for more pseudobulbs to form so I can divide it and have more plants.
    Can you do selfing and let the fruits mature if you are very lucky you will get multiples seedling in your pots, I always got few plants from the wild purplish color , unknown source growing very well in medium rich organic substance. Just let the wind disperse the matured seeds in your garden later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Can you do selfing and let the fruits mature if you are very lucky you will get multiples seedling in your pots, I always got few plants from the wild purplish color , unknown source growing very well in medium rich organic substance. Just let the wind disperse the matured seeds in your garden later.
    thanks for the tip Zainal. I don't know though, I've never tried anything like that with my orchids. I might do it all wrong. I've never seen my spaths develop fruit. I just let nature take its course.

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    20 days later, flowering continues and shows no sign yet of stopping
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    Very nice bright yellow Spath Angel-got any of the other colors too? My white in bloom and others putting up new shoots.

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    Very nice bright yellow Spath Angel-got any of the other colors too? My white in bloom and others putting up new shoots.

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    [QUOTE=ravenmike12100;402414]Very nice bright yellow Spath Angel-got any of the other colors too? My white in bloom and others putting up new shoots.

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    Very nice bright yellow Spath Angel-got any of the other colors too? My white in bloom and others putting up new shoots.[/QUO

    Yes Michael. I have two other spaths and I have threads on them. Check them out. I have no whites or any other solid colored spath.

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    Very beautiful. I have this plant and it only blooms in late summer. I have been told by others in my area that it blooms throughout the year for them.

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    very nice i dont have a yellow in my collection maybe that one would suit i like the arrow shaped lip

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    Quote Originally Posted by leisurely View Post
    Very beautiful. I have this plant and it only blooms in late summer. I have been told by others in my area that it blooms throughout the year for them.
    Hello Jerry. The Spath. Kimbaliana, though less free flowering than the solid violet ones, does bloom sporadically throughout the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kharma View Post
    very nice i dont have a yellow in my collection maybe that one would suit i like the arrow shaped lip
    Thanks Kharma. Wherever it's warm and sunny, this spath would thrive.

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