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Haraella odorata

This is a discussion on Haraella odorata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is the first of my minis in my new terrarium to bloom! Tindo turned ...

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    Default Haraella odorata

    This is the first of my minis in my new terrarium to bloom!

    Tindo turned me on to this little guy!

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    Default Looks fabulous.

    I think you should post photos more often.

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    How CUTE is that???
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    I thought they were more green - or is that the exposure on your photo?

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    The bloom is upsidedwon. It is green when it is just open up, it then turns more yellow when it ages. Mine is blooming constantly.

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    Really cute!

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    Thank you, Nelson! That's high praise, considering the source.

    Qing, I know the photo looks upside down, but I shot it in a plant-rightside-up position. This is how it set the flower. The plant is mounted and this was the direction it hung when the spike developed. It's weird. I can flip the post, but I really stuck to what the plant presented.

    As for color, this fellow started opening yesterday morning, so it hasn't been open that long. It's not very green though.

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    Nice one Julie! I have gone all out and gotten three additional ones over the last few months! Yea, I went a little nuts with this one

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    So Tindo, why is my flower presenting upside down?

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    Probably cuase the stalk of the flower is being supported by the leaves???
    Or maybe your light source was behind or above the plant. Mine never bloom in a good picture orientation either.

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