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near blooming size

This is a discussion on near blooming size within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I just brought two near bloom size plant, but I don't think it anywhere near ...

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    I just brought two near bloom size plant, but I don't think it anywhere near bloom size. Can someone tell me that i am wrong. The first one is Rcdm. Angel Heart X Rcdm. Velvet and the second one is Rcdm. Chantilly Mist. Both about the size of my index finger as you can see
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    yes those plants would be very close to flowering size when you consider what genus they are

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    Thank for the quick reply orchid-man, but now I am more confuse. What genus is a Rcdm? How big is the bloom size plant look like? Can you explain a little more? Because those two are my first of it kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemoon View Post
    Thank for the quick reply orchid-man, but now I am more confuse. What genus is a Rcdm? How big is the bloom size plant look like? Can you explain a little more? Because those two are my first of it kind.

    The first 4 letters(Rcdm) are wrong it should be Rdcm and it is a Rodricidium
    which equals Oncidium x Rodriguezia

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemoon View Post
    Thank for the quick reply orchid-man, but now I am more confuse. What genus is a Rcdm? How big is the bloom size plant look like? Can you explain a little more? Because those two are my first of it kind.

    The first 4 letters(Rcdm) are wrong it should be Rdcm and it is a Rodricidium
    which equals Oncidium x Rodriguezia

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