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Coelogyne chloroptera

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    Default Coelogyne chloroptera



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    a new one for me...beautiful!!

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    Interesting flowers. I take it that they remain "cuppy"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavel View Post
    Interesting flowers. I take it that they remain "cuppy"?
    That is why people "improve" on the species by hybridizing.

    But, I choose to remain with the species.

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    Love those greenish babies!!
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    Lovely colouration.

    Call me a species snob, but there's something about the way the flowers are, ie the outstretched petals amidst the 'cupped' sepals, that makes it very interesting... oh and the colour definitely helps!

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    Great color for sure! It is a camo flower. I like it!

    Cheers,
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    Wow!

    That is really interesting.

    Have'nt got one of those.

    Thanks for sharing...=)

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