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THE LESSER KNOWN ORCHIDS

This is a discussion on THE LESSER KNOWN ORCHIDS within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; WOW! thank you so much to all of you specially to RON and NEYRA....

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    WOW! thank you so much to all of you specially to RON and NEYRA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ischel1 View Post
    Hey Jade, the one you called a dangler, is that a variegated leaf. It's hard to tell from the pic.
    HI Ischel, the dangler has light green leaves with dark green blotches. possibly a variation of TRICHOGLOTTIS ROSEA.

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    THIS ONE HAS YELLOW SHORT LIVED FLOWERS, COMING OUT FROM THE GREEN BRACTS,
    THE FRUIT/POD LOOKS LIKE A WINGED BEAN.

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    THIS ORCHID HAS SMALL FLOWERS BUT THE LEAVES HAVE FINE "HAIRS" THAT GIVES THEM THE TEXTURE OF VELVET, AND GLISTEN AS THE LIGHT STRIKES ON THEM.

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    Very interesting thread, Jade. Do any of these have a fragrance? The tiny orange and yellow one looks like it will be striking in full bloom. The one with the green bracts is interesting looking; almost like a succulent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmai View Post
    Very interesting thread, Jade. Do any of these have a fragrance? The tiny orange and yellow one looks like it will be striking in full bloom. The one with the green bracts is interesting looking; almost like a succulent.

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    Thank you so much. most of them have very faint fragrances. yes the one with he green bracts is a thing of curiousity as it also looks like two different plants joined together.

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    The first group of pictures are Dendrobium nemorale a Philippines endemic.

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    oops, never saw this thread...

    the pix before the last is thrixspermum, possibly elongatum or centipeda.
    the "dangler" is trichoglottis, possibly latisepalum.
    and the "quezon" labeled one i would say thelasis.

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    What a Great Idea! Thanks for sharing the pics and any info you have. Really looking forward to this.

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