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Sharry Baby 'Tricolor'

This is a discussion on Sharry Baby 'Tricolor' within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Great bloom Ron. Time for me to try out the onc. genus, not sure if ...

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    Great bloom Ron.
    Time for me to try out the onc. genus, not sure if I can make it work though.

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    Bet you can Richard...why don't you start small and easy with something like Onc Twinkle. They are inexpensive..pretty, fragrant and multiplies like wildfire. You can find it in white red or yellow color forms. Too bad you aren't in the US I would give you a piece to try.

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    Thanks. Does the brassia seem happy in the semihydro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidslave View Post
    Thanks. Does the Brassia seem happy in the semihydro?
    Oh yes...looks better than it ever did in bark. I have tried Oncs in S/H but the ones I did all wanted to crawl out of the pot. So, I mounted them and they are happy.

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    Thanks, I may try this semi-hydro one of these days soon!

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    I will agree - SH is the best!! I have oncids in it and they are really happy - but they are only a few years old, so they haven't started crawling out of the pot yet :-) SH is so great - for me, it works best for oncids and phals.

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    My Phrags love it and i just received my first Gongora and it is going into S/H

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