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cleisostoma

This is a discussion on cleisostoma within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I got this at the orchid auction in Ark. everyone thought it looked like a ...

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    I got this at the orchid auction in Ark. everyone thought it looked like a fly catcher and was not pretty .
    The basket has coco fibre and wine corks in it. Sorry not a very good picture . Gin
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    How could they? Very nice and I see at least one more new spike.

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    Hard to tell much about it, Gin, but the colors of the flowers are pretty. Are the wine corks used to get air to the roots? BTW, flycatchers are nice plants, too.

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    Oh, it bloomed out really nicely. I did not realize you won that one. Cool.

    Cheers!
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    Thanks for looking , I hope it is not one you were bidding on BD. bad enought I stiffed you on the Eria (BD was the auctioneer did a great job of it , then he sat down where I could not see who was bidding against me ) thats my story and I'm stickin to it ... Gin

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    No, I did not know what the flowers were going to look like. The wine corks as medium is interesting though!

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    How's that hieroglyphica with all the spikes doing BD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehera View Post
    How's that hieroglyphica with all the spikes doing BD?
    It is growing! I repotted it the same weekend that I did all the seedlings. I still do not have a bloom, but I am looking forward to them!

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