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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by piotrm, Jun 23, 2010.
Bought with complately different genus name - flower on a plant is upside down.
Most Polystachya species bloom with the flowers "upside-down" or non-resupinate. The plant I know as P campyloglossa is very fragrant and long lasting. It has 2 and occassionally 3 flowers per spike. Here is an image of my clone, close-up and the plant. The tape measure is in inches.
Thank you Marni It looks pretty same. My plant bulbs are 2cm leaves up to 10 cm. Flower 2.5cm wide.
And I found this one with your name? ;-)
Looks indeed like P campyloglossa to me. Normally it starts flowering rather erect, but then bends over. Here a few more flowers/stem, not exactly fair play though; grown in semi-in situ