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Flower is about 0.4" tall
This one is from Orquideas del Valle. I am growing it in low light in a clay pot with diatomite.
Intermediate grower. Flowers are 2 1/2" across and scented of peaches.
Intermediate grower. Flower is ~0.6" tall
great little species collected in Costa Rica by Howard Gunn in the late 60's. After it was awarded several years ago I chopped it up pretty good...
Intermediate grower. Flowers are 2 3/4" tall and unscented.
Not your everyday tenuifolia, this is a yellow clone, the colors and markings on the lip are stunning, pictures dont do justice.
The smell is...
Christensonella juergensii (syn. Maxillaria juergensii) by jeff_9, on Flickr
Found in Ecuador, Bolivia and Brazil, this species likes...
This has a mild maloder. It grows in a south window. Oops, evidently dalstromii is a synonym for pulla. So it should be Max pulla.
IW grower. I nearly lost this plant, but it sure is doing well now. Longest leaf is 10 1/2". No begging. You know who you are.
Flower is 2 inches across, growing in a 3 inch pot.
A division from a friend, THANKS!
I got this one from a nursery far from where I live and the thing is that when I got to that nursery I didn't saw it and then my friend luis calls...
This one I got from Kawamoto Orchids and its a great plant, hot - warm temps...oh and she really likes water a lot.
Hi, I acquired recently this Maxillaria but it didn't have the label so I sat down and searched on orchidspecies.com through all the Maxillaria...
Photographed at Ecuagenera's main (cooler-growing) nursery in Gualaceo, Ecuador (near Cuenca).
This is one of the Maxillarias that has two types...
I've always had a soft spot for Maxillarias. There is so much diversity in the genus!
This is one of the showstoppers.
Compact species (9" tall) with 1 1/2" flowers.
Photographed in Ecuagenera's warm-growing nursery in Guayaquil, Ecuador.