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I received this in a trade a few years back from a Forum member. This is the first bloom to open but there are a number of other spikes forming....
This is the first and only bloom so far for me. I received this as a small division in a trade and, considering my conditions, it has done better...
I find it very difficult to photograph the plants of draculas, so I usually just do a flower as I did with this. The species is from the area...
This is the first of my Draculas to throw spikes this spring, thus the first to bloom. Enjoy!
At the turn of the year I gave my Dracs new moss. There is no free lunch at my place, I took divisions from some. Most have established...
Not as big and showy as some draculas, but still a very nice flower. It is growing in moss in a 3" net pot.
A very nice seed grown Dracula vampira. This flower is just a bid under 8" and is very flat.
Just started to grow dracula's, I guess I finally figured out how not to kill them!
From Colomborquideas. first blooming after 5 years growing it!
Not an easy color to photograph. It really is yellow and the bit of peach color is from the lighting.
well, is it possible to make pollination of Dracula flower at home? Has anyone tried to do this? Any toughts are much appreciated.
Hi all, of one of my Dracs recently some spots occur. In fact however, they were faind only ot the top of the leaf and I didn't pay much attention...
One of the showier species of the genus. It came to me labeled D. bella and I was very happy to have this instead.
This isn't a new image, but I've not posted it before. It is a very nice clone from northern Ecuador that is about 5.5" from tip to tip....
A small stature, warmth tolerant species from Peru.
I bought this in January and this is my first bloom. More buds are forming.
Growing in a plastic basket in sphagnum, moist, shade, intermediate....
Grown in cool to cold conditions.
A first blooming on this plant I got a few years back in a trade. Late last spring, end of May, it put out about nine spikes just as we slid into...
Dracula erythrochaete x polyphemus, a favorite for its red color and size; the flowers are about 9-10" tall.They normally face the ground but this...