Bulbophyllum lasiochilum flavum | dwarf species | SapphireChild Orchids

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Bulbophyllum lasiochilum flavum (album).  This is a dwarf species with rambling habit, that faithfully pops out little yellow flowers in the spring.  You may be familiar with the type for the species, which is dark tepals around the top and two spotted sepals at the bottom.  Available here is the less common yellow form, which I've seen labeled flavum, flava, alba, album...I guess its open season on pick your favorite way to indicate "not wildtype color".  They're all the same thing, near as I can tell.  More importantly, they're all cute.

Example flower photo

Available plants are mounted, as I find they're easier to grow this way.  They'll be suitable in this format for terrarium or greenhouse cabinet culture.  Keep them warm, well watered and in about low ("phalaenopsis" level) light. 

You will get one of the plants shown or one similar in size.  They are not currently in bloom but are blooming size. 

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Note about shipping: All plants are wrapped carefully and shipped via USPS priority mail. Plant may be shipped bare root at my discretion. Safe arrival of buds not guaranteed. Hawaii & Alaska shipments at your own risk.