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Default Bulb. Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry' FCC/AOS

I got a piece of Bulb. Elizabeth Ann 'Bucklberry' FCC/AOS from a friend last spring. This is the first time it has bloomed for me.

I had a small seedling of this as one of my first orchids and killed it with root rot. So I am happy to have another go at this one.
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Beautiful. So much better than mine. Hopefully mine will also bloom like yours next season.
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Very Nice
and nice Photos too
good growing
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Very nice!
Thanks! No scent which is likely a bonus with a Bulbo
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Thanks! No scent which is likely a bonus with a Bulbo
I have same plant and it bloomed recently. Out of curiosity, I stuck my nose in the flower....bad idea. But I was just to curious to smell a bad smelling orchid. Not doing it again.
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I have same plant and it bloomed recently. Out of curiosity, I stuck my nose in the flower....bad idea. But I was just to curious to smell a bad smelling orchid. Not doing it again.
Funny. I have checked a few times but don't detect a smell really. Something rather earthy smelling but I figured it might be the moss it is growing in!
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