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Rhynchostylis Gigantea ('Red' x 'Plai')

This is a discussion on Rhynchostylis Gigantea ('Red' x 'Plai') within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Ahhh, what a gorgeous display!! Such bountiful clusters of flowers! LOVE it!! I'm also quite ...

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    Ahhh, what a gorgeous display!! Such bountiful clusters of flowers! LOVE it!! I'm also quite fond of your Lou Sneary. I've been debating getting a 'Bluebird' of that type for a while. The color is just stunning on both of your orchids! I've seen variations of the Lou Sneary that are a bit paler, but the color came through really beautifully on yours! GORGEOUS! Good growing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Stunning color. Lucky you on two spikes.
    I agree. The color is just stunning! Two spikes, many flowers... WOW!

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    Very nice!

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    The plum colors are striking.

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    Wow that is a true beauty and like the long inflorescence nice clone Connie.

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