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IW grower. No scent that I could detect.
An easy to grow, miniature flowered maxillaria. It's kind of gangly, but it's very rewarding.
A small warm/cool grower from South America found at elevations from 500 to 2500 meters.
An experiment comparing some of the macros for stacking in CombineZP.
1. Do Stack macro
2. Pyramid Do Stack macro
3.Pyramid Maximum Contrast...
This was acquired in a trade and was identified originally but the tag I wrote the name down on disappeared! Now all I have is the original tag...
Sp from Costa Rica and Panama with a lot small flowers
Picked this up at POE last March. It put out several blooms during the summer, but you can easily miss them since they hide down in the leaves....
I received this tagged as Maxillaria culculata but I assume it is cucullata. The flowers look right to me but the leaves seem to be much thinner...
Maxillaria augustae-victoriae aka. Maxillaria hirtzii
has a strange smell. We can't tell what it is, not even if it smells good or bad......
A cute little plant that hasn't ever really grown very well for me. I think it's finally starting to do what it's supposed to do. I moved it to...
I hate trying to spell this one. Thank goodness for copy/paste. :cool:
IIRC, Marni was the one who said the thing...
A pale clone of this species. It has a delicate peach color and a good shape.
IC grower. Flowers are pleasantly scented.
First bloom of this very fragrant specie
Some confusion over the name on this one. The tag says M. graciles, with cerifera in parentheses. IOSPE has a pic of cerifera, which looks nothing...
IC grower. Flowers are c. 3" across and pleasantly scented.
Originally enabled by one of Dale's photos, as with much of my collection..
This species is found in wet mountain forests ie cloud forests on the eastern slopes of the Andes in Peru, Columbia and Ecuador.The flower is 4.5"...