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Bulb. fascinator

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Grower is Adam Almeida

Located in Kailua, Hawaii, United States


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Wilbur Chang
Description: A small and slow-growing species from Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, and the Philippines. It blooms in the summer and fall on a suberect, single-flowered inflorescence. The flower is relatively long-lived for a Bulbophyllum and has the characteristic fetid smell.
Culture: This plant is grown in a three-inch pot filled with sphagnum moss as the media. It receives dappled light and infrequent feeding. Don't use large pots as it is very slow-growing.

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Plant record added 27 days ago.

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