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Pleione maculata

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Dale, Oct 20, 2009.

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  1. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    IC grower. Flowers are 2 3/4" tall and scented of fresh apples.
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  2. JonP

    JonP all that Supporting Member

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    Wow! That's really beautiful!!
     
  3. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    A+
     
  4. Pook

    Pook Disneyed

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    Keep your fingers crossed, someone, that mine blooms as well!
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  5. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I will grow this one if I decide to grow Pleione someday.
     
  6. Chris

    Chris New Member

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    Outstanding. Thank you, Dale.
     
  7. Karen

    Karen Species nut

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    Such a great lip!
     
  8. Forrest

    Forrest Really Neat

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    damn that is purty!
     
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    Are there any warm or intermediate growing Pleione?
     
  10. Marni

    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Pleione maculata is the warmest of them. Pleione praecox is next. Both are fall bloomers.