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Brassavola Nodosa and Assorted Blooms

This is a discussion on Brassavola Nodosa and Assorted Blooms within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi All, Pls enjoy my blooming orchids. Sorry for ugly background. 1) 1st & 2nd ...

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    Default Brassavola Nodosa and Assorted Blooms

    Hi All,

    Pls enjoy my blooming orchids. Sorry for ugly background.

    1) 1st & 2nd photos - Brassavola Nodosa "Panama"
    2) 3rd - Noid yellow cattleya
    3) 4th - Lc. Cariad's Mini-Quinee 'Angel Kiss'(Blue cattleya)
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    4) 1st Photo - Ascocentrum Miniatum
    5) 2nd Photo -Stanhopea Wardii
    6) 3rd Photo -Ionopsis Utricularioides
    7) 4th Photo -Phal Tay Kiah Huan

    Thanks for viewing
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    Nice blooms! Good growing!

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    Great shots. All are very lovely but that blue catt is stunning. Must commend you on the good culture .

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    Great growing!!!!

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    I love the "blue" Catt. I will have to look this one up since Catts seem to be most durable in my new home vs. my other orchids. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great pics! Thanks for posting. The 'Panama' looks like a great nodosa clone. I've heard of it before. The Stanhopea is great as well. Is it very fragrant?

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    Thanks for your compliment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yug View Post
    Nice blooms! Good growing!
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    Thanks Cattan. Photo are taken with my old iphone

    Actually, blue cattleya has three blooms but facing different angles. So, I took only one that is easier to take shot.


    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Great shots. All are very lovely but that blue catt is stunning. Must commend you on the good culture .
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    Thanks for your compliment.

    Quote Originally Posted by 78Terp View Post
    Great growing!!!!
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    I recommend this blue cattleya. It is easy to grow, prolific , reliable & compact plant.

    Quote Originally Posted by kspalding View Post
    I love the "blue" Catt. I will have to look this one up since Catts seem to be most durable in my new home vs. my other orchids. Thanks for sharing.
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    Yes, "Panama" has very big flower at about 3.5" - 4" & strongly fragrant too. Stanhopea is very fragrant too but it doesn't last long.



    Quote Originally Posted by brsucculents View Post
    Great pics! Thanks for posting. The 'Panama' looks like a great nodosa clone. I've heard of it before. The Stanhopea is great as well. Is it very fragrant?

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    Excellent collection. Ascocentrum minitatum blooms I have seen are very small and this looks very big.

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    Thanks for your compliment.

    Ascocentrum minitatum is less than 6" tall & blooms are small. But looks big in photo. May be I took photo too closely.


    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Excellent collection. Ascocentrum minitatum blooms I have seen are very small and this looks very big.

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