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Epc. Green Hornet (Enc. cochleata-like)

This is a discussion on Epc. Green Hornet (Enc. cochleata-like) within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here is a "birthday" orchid that I bought in 2006 on my 21st bday! It ...

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    Default Epc. Green Hornet (Enc. cochleata-like)

    Here is a "birthday" orchid that I bought in 2006 on my 21st bday! It always blooms for me at this time of year. I've heard that some will bloom year round, but I guess it isn't that big yet.

    Aside form the flowers and spicy scent I really like the smooth, nicely shaped pbulbs.

    Thanks for looking!
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    Beautiful, I love this and cochleata I have some young seedlings of cochleata and I hope some day they look as beautiful as your guy. Well done on growing such a beauty.

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    Congrats, Meg! It's beautiful! I hope to see some blooms on mine too! Have to show her your pics and explain that at this time she is supposed to be blooming...LOL
    How big is tha plant? Can you post a pic?!

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    Always like to see these. Such a cool flower shape.

    Cheers,
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