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Bulbophyllum infundibuliforme subsp hymenobracteum

Bulbophyllum infundibuliforme subsp hymenobracteum

Bulbophyllum infundibuliforme subsp hymenobracteum

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Score: 8.8, Votes: 5

Vanda ampullacea

Vanda ampullacea (Roxb.) L.M.Gardiner, Phytotaxa 61: 48 (2012).

Synonyms: Ascocentrum ampullaceum

Vanda ampullacea

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 3

Bulbophyllum frostii x Bulbophyllum spathulatum

First flowering of this seedling of Bulbophyllum frostii x Bulbophyllum spathulatum

Bulbophyllum frostii x Bulbophyllum spathulatum

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Score: 8.5, Votes: 2

Cymbidium finlaysonianum

My Cymbidium finlaysonianum. I reckon this is a much more appropriate cymbidium for me to keep because of the hot tropical climate where I live.

Cymbidium finlaysonianum

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Score: 8.0, Votes: 2

Dendrobium anosmum

My Dendrobium anosmum. It is mildly fragrant and very beautiful. 'She' has produced lots of keikis!

Dendrobium anosmum

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Score: 8.5, Votes: 4

Miltonia ?

Is this a Miltonia?

Miltonia ?

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Score: 8.0, Votes: 1

Vanda Lydia Low

Here is a photo of my Vanda Lydia Low.

Vanda Lydia Low

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Score: 9.0, Votes: 1

Vanda Flowered

This was the second time this plant flowered. Probably it flowers twice a year.

Vanda Flowered

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Score: 8.0, Votes: 1

Flower Spike ?

Are these two going to be flower spikes of the Aerides image just posted?

Flower Spike ?

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A New Aerides

This one is the fifth type of Aerides I collected from nature. Probably it is developing two spikes also.

A New Aerides

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