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Bulbophyllum stellatum

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    Were those two or three different plants, Nelson? The greens are lovely, but I think I prefer the darker, more orange one. Do they smell, for good or bad?

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    I love the orange tones!

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    nice one Nelson

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    Were those two or three different plants, Nelson? The greens are lovely, but I think I prefer the darker, more orange one. Do they smell, for good or bad?

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    more than 20 psbs. It has two spikes as pictured. the blooms become more reddish-orange after a few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntgerald View Post
    more than 20 psbs. It has two spikes as pictured. the blooms become more reddish-orange after a few days.
    I really like the orange color shift, Nelson.

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    Must be some Richard Mueller in the cross, LOL!

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