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neo hybrid or what ? NOID

This is a discussion on neo hybrid or what ? NOID within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It looks like Rhy. coelestis x Neo. falcata... That's the closest I have found by ...

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    It looks like Rhy. coelestis x Neo. falcata... That's the closest I have found by comparing pictures on the net.

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    I just found 4 pictures of Darwinara Charm Blue Star on a different forum. The same plant with different backgounds, and obviously all of them look different! LOL
    But yeah, I think it's the Blue Star!

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    Clonal names are not registered or wvwn officially recognised but after looking at Orchid wiz and doing a bit of digging elsewhere, Iam satisfied that it is Charm ; I shall call it "Blue Wonder".
    Thanks all.

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    WOW. A very, very beautiful Neostylis cross . The colour is outstanding. The whole bloom still retains the charm of a Neostyslis. Have to look for one. Thanks for posting, Geoff.

    Hope you and the wife had a nice holiday.

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    very very beautiful..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
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    Flowers very much like Neo falcata , but twice as big - at least. Natural spread about 1.5 inch , or say 3.5 - 4 cm. Spur on average an inch long. Foliage much like a rather vigorous Asctm- best leaves well over 6 inches long, half an inch wide, shallow vee shape .
    At one time - 10 years or so ago - I bought all the Neo hybrids I could get, and this is one of them which had been struggling for some years , but now likes my treatment - still, "only" one spike, out of the small mass of say 3 or 4 growths in the basket. about 21 flowers and buds.

    What should I call it, do you think ?
    Mabuhay!!

    call it simply orgasmic orchid i love it. dorsetman.

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    I love the blooms and especially the color of this orchid, Geoff. Glad you got the identification too!

    cheers,
    BD

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    As already said WOW! and all the superlative adjectives already used. I find neos and their hybrids quite easy to grow and I WANT ONE of these!

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    Beautiful beautiful bloom. I can't ID it for you but until you get the real name you could tag it ' Purple people pleaser' How about it. ? LOL

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    Fantastic is what I would call it. - martha

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