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Default Masdevallia coccinea

This species is found growing terrestrial in Colombia and Peru. This is a cold growing species and as you know its flowers have many colour variations.

Last summer i got about 30 coccineas from Germany and Netherlands, different colours and flower forms.
I bought some, but i got many of them as a present from sellers.

I also have orange form of coccinea, hope this colour flowers next year. This colour is quite rare, at least here in Europe.




Dark pink form of M. coccinea
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Awesome, Jouni, and the usual superb photography.
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This is one species I wish I wish I could grow. The color on your is just superb!
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Very nice flower shape! There is a lot of variation in this species, no always so nice I find!
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Very nice flower shape! There is a lot of variation in this species, no always so nice I find!
The shape is quite flat, it is not perfect at all, but it is not bad.
The flower stem is long (70 cm) and this plant has big leaves too.
I got this plant from my german friend some years ago.
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OMGosh! very drool worthy! . Beautiful colours!!!
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