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Encyclia Cochleata

This is a discussion on Encyclia Cochleata within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; One of my favorite species. Not only intriguing, but long blooming as well....

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    Default Encyclia Cochleata

    One of my favorite species. Not only intriguing, but long blooming as well.
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    Very strange but beautiful.Nearly bought 1 myself but went for Encyclia Diota Var Atroubens.

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    Very cool flower!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncclimber
    One of my favorite species. Not only intriguing, but long blooming as well.
    Ditto !!! Does yours get tall or stay short....my spike (which has been blooming since January) just keeps going !! I know they have a shorter variety. This is an easy growing species for all collections.

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    ditto gildas ditto!

    ive got one in spike now (even though i re-potted when the guy at the nursery advised me to pot on because repotting might set it back)....i cant wait!!

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    Gilda, mine keeps getting taller and taller as it blooms, and like yours, blooms forever.

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