In Bloom at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Bulbophyllum 'Jersey' x echinolabium

Bulbophyllum 'Jersey' is a primary hybrid with
Bulbophyllum echinolabium and Bulbophyllum lobbii.

Bulbophyllum is a genus of about 2000 species.
B. echinolabium can be found in primary forests in Borneo, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
This unifoliate, medium sized, epiphytic species is best grown with intermediate to warm temperatures and part shade. It prefers high humidity, good air circulation,
and frequent watering's, can be grown in pots or wooded baskets in a loose open medium.

B. lobbii also a warm growing epiphytic species from Borneo, Indonesia, Malaysia,
and the Philippines. Grows in tropical lowland and montane forests. It was named for the plant hunter Thomas Lobb who introduced it to England from Java in 1846

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