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The flowers are just over 5" natural spread with 7 spikes on one pseudobulb.
Cute little buggers :)
Here's a picture of my Lycaste Imschootina X xytriophora. The flowers are 3.5" wide and have a heavy,"plastic-like" substance.
My very first Lycaste blooming! I'll work on the flower count next time...just happy it isn't dead. :D
Here's a picture of my Lycaste Ultimate Sacrifice which is blooming for the first time. It is hybrid of Lycaste ciliata and Lycaste Walnut...
Thinking about trying this. Anyone growing this in areas where summer high temps are regularly near 100 degrees?
Lycaste ipala--AKA Lycaste skinneri var. ipala
IC grower. Flower's 3 1/4" tall and unscented.
Here's a picture of my Lycaste Lemon Twist 'Mini Profusion' which is slightly past peak bloom. This is a primary hybrid of Lycaste tricolor and...
Here's a picture of my Lycaste bradeorum which is near-peak bloom. This is a nice, floriforous species. The flowers are 2.75" wide and fragrant....
Here's a picture of my Lycaste tricolor (i.e., white, pink, & green colors). This is a beautiful, floriforous species. The flowers are 3" wide....
This is all Marni's fault. :poke: After seeing the photos of her gorgeous Lycaste campbellii I just had to try one...so I got this cutie two weeks...
Lycaste brevispatha, two more clones
These and the other one I just posted are all from a flask a friend gave me years ago. It took me a long...
2.5 to 3" flowers. Grow cool but not cold, dry winter rest.
I'm afraid I'm going to have Lycaste fever and start collecting them without moderation. 1.5" wide flowers, no fragrance that I can tell....
6" flowers. I've done some searching to find the parentage, but gave up after page 3 on google.