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Stanhopea Tigrina is in bloom

I purchased this Stanhopea Tigrina from the Santa Barbara Orchid Estate in my visit to their open house on July 8, 2016.  It was in bud when I purchased it, and bloomed immediately.  It is now in bloom again, and … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Embreel is in bloom

My Stanhopea Embreel is in bloom — and very fragrant.  I purchased this plant from the Santa Barbara Orchid Estate on July 8th.  It formed the spike about a month ago, and has been steadily growing.  The flowers opened over a 10 … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Wardii is in bloom

I purchased this Stanhopea Wardii from Brookside Orchids at Orchids in the Park in San Francisco on July 23rd.  It had two spikes when I brought it home, and one of the spikes has matured and produced seven blooms.  There is … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Wardii

I purchased this Stanhopea Wardii from Brookside Orchids at Orchids in the Park in San Francisco on July 23rd.  It is a large plant in a 10″ net pot with 10 leaves, one new leaf growth, and two spikes.  It … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Tigrina is in bloom

Stanhopea Tigrina is now in bloom, and stinking up the entire Solarium.  Well, “stinking up” is not quite correct, but the single flower is extremely fragrant, with a strong, but pleasant, smell.  As soon as this goes out of bloom, … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Embreel is in bloom

My new Stanhopea Embreel is in bloom — and very fragrant.  I purchased this plant from the Santa Barbara Orchid Estate on July 8th.

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Stanhopea Tigrina

I purchased this Stanhopea Tigrina from the Santa Barbara Orchid Estate in my visit to their open house on July 8th.  They had several of these plant available, and I smelled them before I saw them.  This plant is in … Continue reading

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