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TD197 Bulbophyllum masdevalliaceum.
Java.
  
 
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 A new cultivar of "Bulbophyllum masdevalliaceum" (so called because the showy flowers resemble large Masdevallias). In this new clone, the flowers are a dark red color, rather than the red-orange of our previous clone 'Elizabeth'. Both are very beautiful show-stoppers. Easy culture - damp, on the shady side.  
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$22.00

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TD392 Bulbophyllum oxypterum.
Africa..
  
 
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 Synonyms are Megaclinium oxypterum and Magaclinium maximum. Nice-growing plants put up a 20” inflorescence, wide and flattened towards the top, which has small ¼” flowers “stuck to its sides”. Tiny flowers are amazing, and open successively over a period of time. Yellow with red-purple markings. This was a sensation when I took it to our local society meeting.  
 
3.50" pot One only / B.S.
$25.00
 
5.00" pot Three only
$40.00

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TD452 Bulbophyllum putidum 'Natural World'
India, Sikkim.
  
 
Bulbophyllum putidum 'Natural World'

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 (Mastigion putidum) The 4” flowers are very showy, striped with purple, with purple tassels on the tips of the petals and dorsal sepal, and with a red mobile lip. Small compact species. Recommended. 
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00

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TD386 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum `Geoff'.
China, India, Assam..
  
 
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 Photo of ‘Red Chimney’ in our website gallery. China, India, Assam. Another less-common variety of the fantastically showy red-purple flowered B. roth. Different from ‘Red Chimney’ – perhaps fuller segments and slightly different colors. The species was found in a box of nearly dead orchids arriving in England in 1892, said to be found in the hills above Darjeeling. The plants were sent on to Lord Rothschild and flowered in 1895. (From the Orchid Review Dec. 1922 and featured in Bill Thom’s fascinating and entertaining book ‘Bulbophyllum – The Incomplete Guide; From A To Why?’)  
 
3.50" pot
$20.00
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$35.00

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TD232 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.
Southern China, India, Assam. .
  
 
Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.

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  Most people are familiar with the famous FCC clone ‘Red Chimney’. The distribution of this clone ‘Adoribil’ has been much more restricted. Very full umbels of up to eight large red flowers, each with very frilly fringed tops (of the dorsal sepals). For Bulbo fanatics. Division. Very limited.  
 
3.50" pot
$30.00
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$65.00

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