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This is a discussion on Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very difficult to bloom under my condition. This is only it's second time blooming after ...
Very difficult to bloom under my condition. This is only it's second time blooming after 3 years and only a single spike each time. Thanks all for looking.
wow, congrats and nice photos
Wow. Looks awesome.
Lovely Bulbo ;worth the waiting.
Wonderful bulbo orchid!!
Thanks all for looking and commenting.
Yes, Elizabeth Ann is more reluctant to flower in tropical lowlands, probably due to the rothschildianum parent, which comes from India and the Himalayan region. Doesn't put on a good show like in most temperate countries unless grown in the highlands..
...Your flowers are so pretty! I will enjoy your pictures until mine blooms again...thanks for sharing.