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Bulbophyllum odontopelatum

Discussion in 'Orchid Culture' started by Tom_in_PA, Dec 20, 2008.

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  1. Alexis

    Alexis New Member

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    Nothing that translates in writing, Clark. It's got to be heard in person. Thank god it was retired all those years ago. Not pretty. But a happy ditty, you can be sure!
     
  2. Tom-DE

    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Oh Tommy, guess what......:D
     
  3. Tom_in_PA

    Tom_in_PA I am not an addict

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    Yes Tom I moved it as suggested to a warmer area with brighter light
     
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    Tom-DE Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    That is cool, Tom.
    I have done nothing special to mine and it is in spikes for the first time too. It must be the time for those in NE to bloom. I wonder if Ron-NY's plant is in spikes now.
     
  5. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    Both Kew and Mobot call this species bulbophyllum odontopelatum, but the translated Schlechter book calls it bulbophyllum odontopetalum. Which is correct?
     
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    I'm glad I saw this...I was just looking at mine the other day and wondering why it isn't spiking...I also have mine growing next to B. ovalifolium...I'll move it closer to the lights. It's warming up now in my growing area. Winter temps were low 50's night, now I think it is around 65 night.