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Cirr.Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry

This is a discussion on Cirr.Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bloomed with 6 spks this year so it is finally taking off.Below is a closer ...

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    Default Cirr.Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry

    Bloomed with 6 spks this year so it is finally taking off.Below is a closer pic of the 'interesting face'
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    Wow, that is very nice! I have one but it has never bloomed. How big is your plant?

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    L I Jane,

    I want one of those! WOW! Planning to divide anytime soon? --Just checking. :check:

    AS always: beautiful orchid and photo!


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    Congrats, and good growing! Six spikes will be quite a show!

    Do you have any interest in hybridizing? I'm a hobby hybridizer, working mostly on Bulbos, Pleuros and (non-slipper) terrestrials. Your plant must be large enough and healthy enough to carry a seedpod to term. If you'd be interested in trying hybridizing, I'd be glad to send you some pollenia. I've got a few pollenia from a few different Bulbo species squirreled away.

    At any rate, you have both my congratulations and my jealousy. My Elizabeth Ann has a couple of years to go before I'll get 6 spikes at once.

    – Sue.

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