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This is an endemic species from my country, and endangered one. Really nice and simple color pattern. Thank you for taking care of it!
This is similar to Den. agregatum no? a bit pale in yellow than my friend's. But it's just more "wholesome" to get bunch of it blooming together.
Pretty sure everyone does it here! No worries haha
This is my oldest collection, 6 years. I just can't get enough of the orange-y vein there. lol
And here I thought this is a species in Indonesia. It is in season right now along with Vanda tricolor var. suavis. Thanks for the info!
That's what I called wild gem right there. What a beauty!
So between those 3 genus, just Phaius and Calanthe which are very close related in term of genetics hence someone successfully hybridized them?
I love this kind of color! Not so contrast, it gives me the soothing effect almost.
Here's a quick question tho, because I'm not familiar with...
This is P. amboinense var. common (pale form).
That's definitely P. leuddemanniana for sure.
Wow. That is interesting.. Thanks a lot for the info!
It has a deep purple-ish color, but man.. that smell is just a minus point tho lol. Thanks for sharing.
This is fascinating! What is that long part that every angraecum have? Also that is quite wonderful setup right there. Is that just stone and...
That is beautiful! Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Dana :)