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Please ID these Orchids

This is a discussion on Please ID these Orchids within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; I have the medusae, but it hasn't flowered yet. Waiting, waiting.........

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    I have the medusae, but it hasn't flowered yet. Waiting, waiting......

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    Well, as your photo shows, you're pretty young. So you can afford to wait 40 years, ha ha ha!

    Not sure how long it will take. Depends on how well you meet its real environmental conditions. But I keep my fingers crossed for you.

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    wow nice orchids! =)

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    The second one looks to me like B.longissimum , which is actually one of the parents of B.Elizabeth Ann, as I recall it, and can be distinguised because ( in the plants I have grown, at any rate ) Elizabeth Ann flowers tend to stick out at an angle to one another, whereas longissimum flowers hang side-by-side.
    But it would be brave to identify and claim it's for certain, from a picture !

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    I would agree that the first is B. medusae and the second does appear to be Ciir Elizabeth Ann Buckleberry. There are several very similar Cirr/Bulb that look like the later. Keep in mind, the picture of medusae is of "Orchidglade' and this flower has a pink center rather than white. My B. medusae just finished and the Elizabeth Ann is from a few months ago.












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