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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Chris, Dec 6, 2008.
This plant was a gift from a friend.
Nicely done Chris...I love it
I asked this once before somewhere else but I do not think I got a response (or I just plan forgot)....
Does anyone know what the difference is between Bulbophyllum moniliforme and Bulbophyllum minutissimum?
Are they separate species Tom?
Well done Chris!
I like the look of the moss on your mount.
Good question...I thought they were??? <even more confused>
Thanks everyone. Candace, moss does really well in my orchidarium. I even have lots of live sphagnum growing.
Oh! that nice!
I so want one of these
Have you posted any current full shots of that orchidarium anywhere? Forgive me if you have, too lazy to look.
That's pretty nice, Chris. Are you gonna send it to Neyra?
Fantastic Chris, I'd love to see a shot of your live sphag growing if you get a chance
That is great! ( May I have it?)
Nice photo of a tiny flower, Chris.
Tracey, I'm out of town for a few days. I'll try to remember to take a pic when I get back
Neyra and Karen: this one grows at a glacial pace for me. You might have better luck mooching off someone who knows how to grow it well.
Cute, cute, cute!
I really love this species, I would kill it in a second though
Oh boy this is old but anyway for current readers this is moniliforme, they're commonly called the same name (one or the other) but they're actually very different. Bulbophyllum minutissimum has more reddish purple patterned flowers instead of orange/yellow and the flowers don't open as much.