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Discussion in 'Non-Slipper Orchid Photos' started by Stone, Jul 16, 2019.
I've been watching this spike slowly form over more than....... 12 MONTHS!
I have the flu at the moment so I smell and taste nothing!
Nicely grown plant!
All the species in this genus will take a long time to develop the spikes.
Cool species. High humidity?
What is the difference between Amesiella monticola and Amesiella philippinensis?
I've seen conflicting descriptions involving plant size and yellow in the lip.
Ha! Mine is in spike. I hope for less than a year!!!
FYI, Eric. In general, the spike takes about 3 months to develop.
Nice job. Interesting that it took a year for the spike. I wasn't able to grow this species.
I would love to know the answer to this as well. I have read about them and it is not clear what the difference is. I have had both and they looked much the same. unless one of them was mislabeled.
Mine took about two to three months to develop and open. Nicely scented like Gardenia!
Mine bloomed in the winter.
Nerve wrecking, but definately worth the wait. It's immaculately, immensely beautifull!
Kind regards, Jens
Beauty! Wow long time for spike
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