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Lepanthes grandiflora

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Gerrit, Feb 28, 2021.

  1. Gerrit

    Gerrit Well-Known Member

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    Lepanthes grandiflora-210228-.jpg Lepanthes grandiflora-210228--4.jpg Lepanthes grandiflora-210228--5.jpg
     
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    Wooow a Beauty....I will it have in a very big size....I mean flowers in 5 cm, Genetic engineering!;):D
     
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  3. Mat Brutger

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    Well grown and well photographed! Mine loves to flower facing the mount so I have yet to get good photos of it
     
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    Gerrit Well-Known Member

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    Ho, where did you get this?
     
  5. Chuck-NH

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    Great plant!
     
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    Looks healthy and happy plant.
    Nice photos.
    Isn't it one of the larger kind of Lepanthes?
    How tall is yours?
     
  7. Alex Shepack

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    L. grandiflora are on the smaller side, which makes them even better! Hahah
    The leaves are smaller than L. calodictyon.
     
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    Wow! Nice.
    These are huge flowers compare to the size of the plant.