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Few Lepanthes species

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Tom-DE, Nov 26, 2008.

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  1. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    From left to right:
    Lepanthes telipogoniflora--First bloom after remounting. 0.5" flower
    Lepanthes tsubotae--The flower is about 0.4"
    Lepanthes obtusa--0.4" flower
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  2. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    Nifty! Are they high humidity plants?
     
  3. DukeBoxer

    DukeBoxer Active Member

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    Sweet!!!
     
  4. Tom_in_PA

    Tom_in_PA I am not an addict

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    I really need a few more Lepanthes in my collection! I especially love the Lepanthes telipogoniflora
     
  5. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks!

    Karen, they do need good humidity to grow and bloom properly.
     
  6. Forrest

    Forrest Really Neat

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    Tom, it is time to do some trading.
     
  7. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Let's do it in the spring, fucker.:D
     
  8. Jean

    Jean whatever

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    I don't grow any of these....but, they are so very nice, Tom
     
  9. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    That lep tsubotae is remarkable. It is extremely difficult to cultivate that species. Well done, Tom.