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Ascocenda noid

This is a discussion on Ascocenda noid within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi folks, its a first timer after 3 years of growing or so. Petals dont ...

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    Hi folks,

    its a first timer after 3 years of growing or so. Petals dont unfold and i wonder why? It looks cute and funny though.
    Any name suggestions are appreciated,

    thanks!
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    I think they will flatten out with age, Ron. It does remind me of the newer Bicentennial clones but I see Grace Sharp in it too...I think I need more coffee
    Very nice bloom that I would be very happy to have!

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    I agree. And the color is so pretty too. I bet it will flatten out as it ages.

    cheers,
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    The general color and spots do remind me of Ascda Bicentennial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    I think they will flatten out with age, Ron. It does remind me of the newer Bicentennial clones but I see Grace Sharp in it too...I think I need more coffee
    Very nice bloom that I would be very happy to have!
    Thanks Cathy and others!
    I agree with your inputs. The petals remain the same after 1 week, and i dont think it will change, lets see what happens especially when it reblooms.

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