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Three pretty Orchids - two noid

This is a discussion on Three pretty Orchids - two noid within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Maura, that's a hard question to answer. It depends on the depth of your interest ...

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    Maura, that's a hard question to answer. It depends on the depth of your interest in orchids, your financial situation vis a vis what you are willing to spend on your hobby, etc. I would suggest that you look at the OrchidWiz web site, and if all possible, find someone in your local orchid group who has the program and would be willing to show it to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Saar View Post
    Maura, that's a hard question to answer. It depends on the depth of your interest in orchids, your financial situation vis a vis what you are willing to spend on your hobby, etc. I would suggest that you look at the OrchidWiz web site, and if all possible, find someone in your local orchid group who has the program and would be willing to show it to you.
    All good advice and probably much what I would have answered myself had someone asked me a similar question about baseball - although baseball is a farther-reaching hobby and free information, of widely varied quality, abounds. Maybe philately is a more apt analogy, but I have no interest in it.

    Thanks for the input. Tell me, have you ever been able to run down a noid using the little info and photos provided? Just wondering if noids are a matter of acceptance, or worth some work.

    Maura

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