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orchids ready to bloom...

This is a discussion on orchids ready to bloom... within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; catasetum... miltassia noID Brassia maculata...new keiki...

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    Red face orchids ready to bloom...

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    Brassia maculata...new keiki

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    Oh wow congrats. Is it a Catasetum saccatum? This orchid have acute leaves that blooms from early winter through spring and it need rest period after blooming.

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    this catasetum is new in my collection..i dont think its catasetum saccatum...this one is hybrid type...will post new picture when it is in full bloom...TQ

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    Congrats Hailmi ! This is the season for Catasetums. Looking forward to pictures of your blooms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirleycox View Post
    Oh wow congrats. Is it a Catasetum saccatum? This orchid have acute leaves that blooms from early winter through spring and it need rest period after blooming.
    dun think so, the sepals seems too broad to be one. saccatum bud is more elongated and narrow.

    Hailmi,
    Welcome and hope to see your update on these blooms.

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    Salam by this time all are opened looking forward in full blooms sure very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Salam by this time all are opened looking forward in full blooms sure very beautiful.
    salam zain..now all are opened but sadly 2pollens drop due to heavy rain
    sorry for bad quality picture..i think this is Catasetum Alexis Pardo (pileatum x tabulare)

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    Catasetum Alexis Pardo (pileatum x tabulare)...correct me if i'm wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by HailmiAziz View Post
    Catasetum Alexis Pardo (pileatum x tabulare)...correct me if i'm wrong
    this is not Alexis Pardo Hailmi, it bears no characteristic of pileatum or tabulare. this plant is a hybrid of a tenebrosum,you can see the double callus on the triangular labellum. but i can;t exactly tell you what is the other part of the parentage.

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