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dendrobium, twisted maroon

This is a discussion on dendrobium, twisted maroon within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; "black mickey mouse" seems on track. There is a dark maroon antelope dendrobium hybrid, Dendrobium ...

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    "black mickey mouse" seems on track.
    There is a dark maroon antelope dendrobium hybrid, Dendrobium Minnie x Dendrobium Black Spider, and it looks very similar to your flowers.

    So I guess if they mixed Minnie with a Black Spider you end up with a Black Mickey Mouse

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    He ron ,

    you can push an offshoot over the ocean , I ´ll catch it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wetfeet101b View Post
    "black mickey mouse" seems on track.
    There is a dark maroon antelope dendrobium hybrid, Dendrobium Minnie x Dendrobium Black Spider, and it looks very similar to your flowers.

    So I guess if they mixed Minnie with a Black Spider you end up with a Black Mickey Mouse
    hi john,
    thanks for the info, yes i think you are right. i guess i will call it black mickey mouse, but wont tag it, since im not a 100% sure.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drosera View Post
    He ron ,

    you can push an offshoot over the ocean , I ´ll catch it
    hi andrea,
    sure, a "message in a bottle", or should it be "orchid in a flask"? lol

    just wait for it on the north sea side, lets say in a years time? depending on the current....

    cheers,

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    She's very beautiful!!

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    hi,
    thats how bizarre the wilted flowers looks like...still a pleasure!
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    it's very nice ron, I also love it twice.

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    [QUOTE=walingwaling;14757

    I totally love maroon on orchids and im a sucker for antelope forms, so i hit 2 birds with 1 stone!

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    Me too, I would also like to hit two such birds !

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