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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by ZWUM, Jun 18, 2012.
Nice! You guys have many cool things going on in your greenhouse right now. What's the difference between this and bicolor? Looks identical to my bicolor...
Thanks Nat! They look very similar until you see them side by side. Bicolor is about 3x the size of this species. Also bicolor has a distinct blooming season while this one in bloom more often than not throughout the year
Thanks for the info, Zack! I guess in a way all Leptotes look to me like bicolor since that's all I grow in the genus...
Please stop posting awesome plants. My wishlist is already out of control
Here's another I must have missed (Thanks Brent for that random photo feature)! I need to find a few Leptotes. It's a genus that should do well in my conditions, but I just haven't really sought them out.
hm Zach I cant agree as well with this name. You plant looks just like dwarf bicolor it is something wrong with lip, or even colours of you flower, bohnkiana should has not pointed lip like yours has and wider. I belive here are true examples: