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Old 12-03-2017, 03:22 PM
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Default Epi. ciliare x B. digbyana

Have had this a few years now, blooms 2 times a year night fragrance of sweet lemon.
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That is the best of both worlds. Very nice.
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I agree with Dolly, this is GORGEOUS!
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Yes, wonderful plant!
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I really like that!! Love the frilly lip of digbyana. If you don't mind me asking, where did you get it? I think I need to add this one to the collection.
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Cody! Good to see you checking in!

Yes, your source please!
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Registered as a brassoepidendrum, it is now Rhynchodendrum Cabalgata en Verde
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Interesting!
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I really like that!! Love the frilly lip of digbyana. If you don't mind me asking, where did you get it? I think I need to add this one to the collection.
I got it off of Craigslist, a person had a box of orchids for sale for 75. Bucks, he posted pictures with add and i knew he had some nice stuff so i went and got box, this had a tag but just handwritten on label, but that was an ooooooo moment, i had to have that box.

There were several odd things in that box, he had to move and was getting out of orchids, he grew under lights so there was some adjustment for plants in my GH.
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Very interesting. I judged the same cross this past weekend that got almost no influence from the digbyana parent. Good to see there is a range of morphology on this one.
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