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Unread 12-03-2013, 04:40 PM
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Default Bulb. Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry' and rothschildianum

Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry' is an old cross of Bulb. longissimum and rothschildianum and a vigorous grower. It is depicted in pic 1 and 2. The third photo is from a big plant grown in full Cattleya light. The tag has faded out, but I am pretty sure it is Bulb. rothschildianum. Both are insensitive and easy to grow and flower.
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I love them both. I wish I had the space.
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They are both gorgeous
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Mine just bloomed for the first time but it needs to do better. I will provide higher light to mine
and then may be it will bloom as good as yours.
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they do like cattleya light to show off good....but man, they are just gorgeous to me! I love yours! those blooms are just so, so, WEIRD! I love the little jiggle faces at the top of the blooms, lol...good growing!
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Fantastic. Well done.

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