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grammatophyllum scriptum var citrinum

This is a discussion on grammatophyllum scriptum var citrinum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Great display! Congratulations . I can't seem to get mine to bloom....

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    Great display! Congratulations . I can't seem to get mine to bloom.

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    A novice question .. can several orchids of the same type be combined into a single container ..thinking of putting several small Grammatopyllum into a single container ..thank you

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    I never thought of doing that but it seems very practical. You are growing for yourself so I dont think its aproblem. If you are going to show your plants the judges may frown on it
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    You can grow them like that but grammatophyllum can grow very big and separating them later would be a challenge.

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    A novice question .. can several orchids of the same type be combined into a single container ..thinking of putting several small Grammatopyllum into a single container ..thank you

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    Well done!!

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