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    Orchid species

    This is a rare orchid species i grow in my greenhouse Bulbophyllum virescens.It finally bloomed after some time.Hope you enjoy.


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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for conserving too, don't know much about orchids but rare is worth preserving.
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    That is why i only grow species is for the conservation factor . Thank you

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    sure they are not man eating ??

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    If that were the fact maybe make some money working for the mob . Nice and clean no mess .

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    If that were the fact maybe i could make some money working for the mob . Nice and clean no mess .

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