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Neocogniauxia hexaptera

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by MiKa, Sep 4, 2012.

  1. MiKa

    MiKa Active Member Supporting Member

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    Group shot of my plants that simultaniously bursted into flower. Twig epiphyte from Hispaniola at 1200-2000 m.

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    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Fantastic!!!
     
  3. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Nice group shot! and I want one badly.
     
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    Alexey Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Great display!
     
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    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, very nice. Just went on my "want list".
     
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    MiKa Active Member Supporting Member

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    Thank you. I have pollinated the strongest and the ones with biggest flowers now. Hopefully it will take and flask plants become avaliable.
     
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    Great Mikael!
    You can put me in line for some seeds if you want it to be flasked by various people ;-)
    I am gaining experience with the more common monophylla, the plantlets are already 2 years old and just begin now to really take off, biggest are ca. 30 mm high.