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This may look like the flowers are a bit wonky, but they always bloom this way. Besides the good sized flowers, it has a wonderful fragrance....
A Peruvian species from low to moderate elevations. The flowers have a sweet, slightly "off" fragrance, but only if you get really close. I am...
First time I've bloomed this plant since I got it a couple of years ago.
This flower is not deformed. All of the flowers of this species are wonky like this. Not very interested in conforming to symmetry.
This is 3 seedlings that have grown together over the years. There is very little media left in the net pots they started in and the plants are...
This plant is from Peru, but it is a widespread species.
Nice primary hybrid
Best bloom yet for this non-Ang. Originally came as a 1" seedling in a small glass vial from the Costa Rica airport. Will trade for Ang. :D...
Best thing about this one is the long tangle of roots that hang a foot below the basket. They seem to grow twice as fast as the plant. Very cool....
This is the first of 2 spikes.
This Rodriguezia is from Cordillera del Condor in Ecuador. The flower is about 1" long.
I was too late to take a picture of a wonderful blooming, but I did at least get this one flower before it was too far gone. It was incorrectly...
This one had a rough start with me last year: one single spike, and most of the buds on that blasted. It seemed to hit its stride this summer, and...
W - growing.
Colombian species. I/W. This plant is stressed and I'm going to take the flowers off now, but it is the best blooming I've had on this species....
Came as a tiny seedling in a mini flask from CR with the name secunda. A friend got it at el aeropuerto.