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Cirr. picturatum

This is a discussion on Cirr. picturatum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Cirr. picturatum...

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    They look like little bananas!

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    To me the flowers of this genus look like a congregation of insects. Really nice I gotta say!

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    That's lovely... I absolutely adore the flowers in this genus but I find them a little difficult to grow... partly because they take up so much space for such wee little things...

    however, the growths on your plant seems to be fairly compact, ie the bulbs are fairly close to each other... maybe i should look for one of these...

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