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Here are some pics of my Pleione Maculata that I am growing in a cool wardian case in Bangkok. I just harvested a pod off it and have a few small samples of spare seed.

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That's amazing! Thanks for sharing.
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Stunning flower! Good luck with the seeds.

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That is awesome!
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Thanks Everyone

It is a lovely species. Autumn flowering, which is the opposite of most Pleione species. It also grows a bit warmer than other species. If anyone wants samples of the seed, message me please.

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It's fantastic, how do you grow it? Mine died or rather I probably killed it.
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Mine are also not doing well (buds tips are browning up). I also want to know growing tips, please, please.
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wow that is amazing i have been wanting one of these for a while!
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Just realised as it's been bumped back up that I bought one of these last spring.

Not seen mine flower and I'm quite worried about whether it's going to grow again as it seems to have gone dormant and this species are meant to be active again by now.

Oh well, good to see these stunning pictures again, I'll have to get a new one if this one fails I think.
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