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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Marni, Jul 14, 2012.
I've posted one or two clones before, but this is the first time I've photographed this one.
Very well done Marni. I've always liked this species.
Beautiful! Its green. Its an angraecoid. What's not to like. Well done.
nice plant !!
Is it one from Malala?? I've sowed a green pod coming from her, with success, but I didn't see the parents blooming....
Gilles, none of my plants came from Malala. I have 2 from a rescued collection and one from Ching Hua. I sowed a pod in mid April that was an outcross. It wasn't the most robust pod and I may have cut it too early. I don't have germination yet, but I'm still hoping.
Fantastic, Marni! Crossed fingers for your success with the seed sowing.
Gilles, you may be interested to know that a few of the plants coming from Malala as Neobathiea grandidierana (filicornu) have turned out to be the closely-related yet distinct Neobathiea keraudrenae.