Bulbophyllum medusae

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adiaphane

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Oh, you must be really tempting me to get one with all those photots! Is it easy or difficult to grow? Any smell?
 

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it is so easy to grow...actually, one of only two bulbo's i haven't killed and the only one i've bloomed! it's in a warm greenhouse under a mist system, though...
i think it has a light fragrance...but i could be wrong.
 

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Is it light or "light"... makes a big difference to me, because I have a really sensitive nose. I really want one... look at how pretty yours is.
 

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there seems to be a little fragrance, but it is not strong. i think heather mentioned in yer thread she thought it smelled of grass.
ever smelled a coelogyne speciosa? it's light like that's light.
 

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I can totally deal with that! Thank you so much, now I just have to find a way to sneak that in.
 

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it's a small plant. you can put it in your pocket and tell 'em you're just happy to see them...
 

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Great pic. I love medusae.

likespaphs said:
it's a small plant. you can put it in your pocket and tell 'em you're just happy to see them...
I think that would work if Tien was a guy. :poke: :rollhappy:
 

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Heather said:
There is a fabulous photo of a HUGE CCM awarded plant, with a short article, featured on the last interior page of the latest issue of Orchids magazine.
Ya, The photo can't do it justice since the plant is supposed to be 3 feet across.
 

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