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Epc Landwoods

This is a discussion on Epc Landwoods within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've had this for years first time it has bloomed for me, didn't even know ...

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    I've had this for years first time it has bloomed for me, didn't even know it had budded until I was getting ready for Issac. I love the texture of these,Name:  epicat (Copy).jpg
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Size:  109.2 KB they look like they're made of wax, reminds me of my Loog Tang Beauty only a green and white version. Has a slight scent to it.

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    here is the cross C. Landate x Epc. Vienna Woods

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    Very interesting. Hard to distinguish the flowers from the leaves.

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    love that waxy green and cream....seeing another sheath there...wow firat time for such a large plant

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    quite striking for a green flower. you can tell it has some waxiness to it from the photos. nice gleam on the petals. almost looks like plastic.

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    Beautiful! I love the coloration and texture of this one. It was well worth the wait. Congratulations.

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    First off I'm glad it bloomed for you. Otherwise I love the colors and heavy, waxy substance this orchid displays. Well Done! AL

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    that is awesome! I love the green petals of this orchid. So pretty!!

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    Very beautiful Lime green ! I also love the treefern basket pot it is growing in. Good job !

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    thank you guys, not sure about the tree fern pot. It seems every plant I put in one sulked for awhile, then takes off, not sure what to do when it fills the treefern pot.

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