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Cirrhopetalum trisetum

This is a discussion on Cirrhopetalum trisetum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This cirrhopetalum has been in my office for more than 2 years. I had somewhat ...

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    Default Cirrhopetalum trisetum

    This cirrhopetalum has been in my office for more than 2 years. I had somewhat neglected my plants there, and one of my staff took over from me. Three days ago I was very pleasantly surprised to see two blooms (should have been more)on this plant.

    The second photo looks a bit creepy to me. The similarity to something is a bit odd...


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    YOu have the most intriquing plants! I love it when you share, otherwise I would never see them! thanks!
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    I too, appreciate your sharing!

    It's your guilt that gives you pause. Can't say for what.

    But your photos are enthralling as usual!

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    Megaclinium and cirropetalum are just bulbophyllums now.

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