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Bulb Eed (longissimum x annandalei)

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    Default Bulb Eed (longissimum x annandalei)

    This Bulbophyllum Eed put out 3 spikes but unfortunately due to the rains 2 spikes rotted away.
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    Yew-Sung, that is a real beauty, too bad about the lost spikes it would have been an eye opener with all of those in bloom.

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    I love the color of the pink lines on this one! Beautiful!

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    Wow. Awesome. can see a lot of bulbo.longissumum . Sorry about the bud loss though

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    Cattan I dont think this is Bulbo. Eed looks like longissimum rather than Eed. Just have a look my link below.
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...anandalai.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Cattan I dont think this is Bulbo. Eed looks like longissimum rather than Eed. Just have a look my link below.
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...anandalai.html
    Yes Zainal, I know you made this cross as well and your blooms look very different. This plant I have was imported from Thailand and I just followed what was written on the tag. It does look a lot like longissimum and so do many longissimum crosses - it even looks like Elizabeth Ann!However thanks for pointing this out to me. I'm not very knowledgeable about Bulbos.

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