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    Very pretty!

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    Seems like youve got quite a collection of oncidiums.

    All of them are beautiful.

    Love them all.

    Not to mention the Phal.

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    Default another Oncidium

    or Psychopsis. Too lazy to create a new post here is two new re bloom that just opened today. Check out the egg I made it stand up. It not photo shop
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    I especially love those equitant oncidiums/tolumnias. I used to grow a few of them several years ago when I lived in Florida. Can anyone recommend a clone with a flower spike which tends to stay shorter than most?

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    That green and purple catt in the second photo is fantastic looking - I it! Does it have a name? Does it need a new mummy?

    The egg thing is cool - although you can bet that I will be in the kitchen later trying to make my eggs stand up - by the way - what on earth made you decide to try doing that anyway?

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    The name of the cat is Lc. Mem Robert Strait 'Blue'. It not green and purple it white and purple. the green is the color of the bud it will turn with in a day. This year I am luckier, I got two flowers from the plant.

    About the egg, I was over at my girlfriend house cooking with egg and I told her that egg can be stand up because everything can stand straight up if you can find the center of it. To proof my point I slowly stand the egg up. But she wasn't surprise instead called a groofy head. lol

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    Default Psychopsis Memoria Bill Carter

    Finally my Psychopsis open. Check out the tip of the Column on the Cat. There are three Anther caps. The size of the flower is 5.5 inches H X 5 inches W. The green is faded away and now the flower is white as you can see.
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    What a beautiful collection, I am green with envy! Judi

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    That cascading waterfall phal is gorgeous. I have a few of these that I hope will bloom again for me. They're looking healthy and have new growth so I am hopeful.

    Katie

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    Default update

    here is an update of Psychopsis Memoria Bill Carter, the weird one is two flowers on an old spike. The single flower is on a new spike that over 5 feet tall. Another oncidium bloomed a few days ago enjoy
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