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This is a discussion on Wild bellinas within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I love wild bellinas they have their color and shape differences from each other with ...
I love wild bellinas they have their color and shape differences from each other with the nice fragrant occupied the atmosphere so awesome.
P1 to P4 I attached to the tree.
P1 to P4 Another plants.
Focus on individual flower.
Thanks for looking.
love it, especially the "spider man" bellina in the last pic of the first post. i really missed the smell of these beauties. seems like the wasp is having a good time there with the bellina
would like to take this opportunity to ask 2 questions. how do we tell a wild from a cultured bellina?
secondly i was told that bellina dun send out a spike in the same time they are growing a new leave. is it true? i am asking this because i rescued one beliina and after a few months it is growing something out from the base but also in the same time a new leave at the crown as well. just too excited because it is my first bellina.
Great collection of bellinas, Zainal. Is that an alba form of bellina ( the only one growing in a pot)_?
Ian, from what I can see, that is a tiny spike starting.
It still means a lot to me when I get a spike. It looks like a little mitten in the picture. If it does in real life too, then it will be a spike as opposed to a root.