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a lighter form of Aerides quinquevulnera

This is a discussion on a lighter form of Aerides quinquevulnera within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; These photos are from two plants. They are lighter than the quinquevulneras that I have ...

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    Default a lighter form of Aerides quinquevulnera

    These photos are from two plants. They are lighter than the quinquevulneras that I have posted before. One of them was bought as the purpurata variant and the other as the flava variant, and as you can see it is a bit tenuous to say that they are indeed so.





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    Very nice and elegant. I love the tiny spotting. It must be really something to see it in person. Thanks for sharing the photos with us.

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    Oh! The full plant picture is just wonderful!

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    They are lovely. The blooms look like they are made of wax and I love the freckles.

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