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More greenhouse snapshots

Discussion in 'Everything Else Orchid' started by Dale, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    denalexandrae.jpg denellipsophyllum.jpg denhybrid.jpg heliamphora.jpg laeliaharp.jpg
     
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  3. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks for posting these Dale. I'm a sucker for orange flowers and that Laelia harpophylla is gorgeous.
     
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    Am I seeing things, or is that Heliamphora flowering? I SO wish I could grow these. Yours looks ecstatically happy, Dale!

    I shall show your P. teaguei image to my newly acquired plant... just so it knows what I will eventually expect of it. ;-)
     
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    Paradise.
     
  6. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    "is that Heliamphora flowering?"

    Yes. Spikes will continue to produce flowers for a few years.
     
  7. dr_dmd

    dr_dmd The dr's out... in the greenhouse!

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    Nice! Good shots of some wonderful flowers. Love that Den ellipsophyllum. I have never seen that before.
     
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    Dale New Member

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    D. ellipsophyllum is one of my favorites. This plant's been in bloom constantly for 7-8 years. Flowers are wonderfully fragrant of powdered babies.
     
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    Armando Hobbyist gone wild

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    Very nice. Thank you for posting.
     
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    gnathaniel Lurker Supporting Member

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    Very nice! You've got some great diversity in your collection, Dale. How big overall is your Den. elipsophyllum?

    --Nat
     
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    Dale New Member

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    "How big overall is your Den. elipsophyllum?"

    20"
     
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    Thanks Dale! Cool that it smells nice, too. Do the Heliamphora flowers have any fragrance?

    --Nat
     
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    Touring your gh is always fun!
     
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    Dale New Member

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    "Do the Heliamphora flowers have any fragrance?"

    Yes.
     
  15. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    What's that hybrid den?
     
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    Dale New Member

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    I don't know. I don't even know if there's a tag in the pot. It was left here about 6 years ago and it's still waiting for it's owner to return for it. Might be one of those Yamamoto hybrids.
     
  17. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    Always a treat to peek into your green house!