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    raybark

    Grammatophyllum Name & Repotting

    You cannot reliably identify a plant by the appearance of its flower.

    1. Hybrids can look like some species and certainly like other hybrids.
    2. Two

    raybark Today, 05:00 PM Go to last post
    ARF

    Gram in ground

    Thanks, raybark for the cross info. I'm going to have to take a flower from my Broga and see if I can match it with my old Leopard. They seem identical

    ARF Today, 08:28 AM Go to last post
    raybark

    Grammatophyllum Name & Repotting

    Grammatophyllum Broga Tiger is a hybrid between the species Gram. measuresianum and the hybrid Gram. Tiger's Paw.

    Having never grown a grammatophyllum,

    raybark Today, 06:01 AM Go to last post
    ARF

    Grammatophyllum Name & Repotting

    In my former house, I had Gram Scriptum var Leopard "NN" and Citrinum in coconut fiber wire baskets. When they grew too large to hang, I merely

    ARF Yesterday, 12:07 PM Go to last post
    JDT

    Bulbophyllum disciflora/Syn Trias disciflora

    Thanks Bruce

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    I would agree, thanks

    JDT June 2nd, 2020, 09:04 PM Go to last post
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