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OT what are these plants?

Posted by cyclonenat New Zealand (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 12, 12 at 1:05

Hi everyone i was wondering if anyone knows what these plants are?

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pic 2

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pic 3

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here are some photos of a couple of my roses

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thanks everyone


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RE: OT what are these plants?

Hello,

The mottled leaves of the 1st shot are (I believe) a Phalenopsis orchid.

The 2nd, the white bloomer is a Jasmine, the reddish bloom (tho' shot is very dark) MAY be a Nematanthus.


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RE: OT what are these plants?

I'm thinking picture 1 is actually Paphiopedilums.

Sorry, can't help with the others.

Renee


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RE: OT what are these plants?

Pic 1 is a Paphiopedilum orchid

Pic 2 looks like the vining plant is Stephanotis
Not sure about the other plant in the photo

Pic 3 is a Schleffera sp

Mike


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RE: OT what are these plants?

Thanks everyone, i visited the glasshouse these plants are in today and the plant with the big white flowers now has a big fruit on it, thanks for the help.


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