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Sangii

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:clap: wonderful and looks like it has a VERY strong stem ! congratulations !

can you tell me how you grow this one, especially what light level it gets ?
 
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Ayreon

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Looks fantastic. How big is the plant? I have a kolopakingii myself, but I have no idea how long it might take until I can see it in bloom. They can be pretty big, right?
 

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Those are very nicely shaped flowers for kolo too.

Is this a first time bloomer? What is the leaf span?
 

Wendy

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Absolutely STUNNING!!!! :drool: Please tell us a bit about your culture etc. I have a big kolo....40" leaf span and leaves 4" wide. So far it hasn't pushed up a new growth but I'm hoping for one soon....and maybe a spike along with it.
 
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Greenpaph

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Rick said:
Those are very nicely shaped flowers for kolo too.

Is this a first time bloomer? What is the leaf span?
It is a first time bloomer. The leaf span is about 36 inches.
 
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Greenpaph

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Wendy said:
Absolutely STUNNING!!!! :drool: Please tell us a bit about your culture etc. I have a big kolo....40" leaf span and leaves 4" wide. So far it hasn't pushed up a new growth but I'm hoping for one soon....and maybe a spike along with it.
I can't take credit for this one. I bought a couple of months ago from Krull Smith Orchids in low bud.
 
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