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Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

Posted by orchidnick z9Ca (orchidnick@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Dec 19, 13 at 16:24

A cross between Pleuro gargantua and Pleuro teagui, retains the positive parts of each parent. The flower looks similar to Pleuro gargantua.

Nick


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RE: Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

Side view.


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RE: Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

Gargantua usually makes one, occasionally 2 flowers. Teagui on the other hand makes a bunch of them. The hybrid is capable of making a bunch. Teagui's flowers are smaller than 1", this one's flowers are larger than 2".


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RE: Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

If you're going to grow this on a windowsill, make sure it's a large one. Not a Tiny Tim.

Nick


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RE: Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

Wow! It's large leaved alright.
Thanks for the display.


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RE: Pleurothallis Bev Debrincant

All around gorgeous. Very delicate looking to be so large.


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