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Recchara Honkey Tonk Woman

This is a discussion on Recchara Honkey Tonk Woman within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one is going to be beautiful! I went to visit a friends greenhouse and ...

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    Default Recchara Honkey Tonk Woman

    This one is going to be beautiful! I went to visit a friends greenhouse and saw this. I fell in love with the pseudobulbs. He said he would gladly give me a division since so few people grow the BIG orchids anymore. The division he gave me was 5 PBs. It's since grown 2 more and now spiking.
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    The cross is Blc. Carolina Bouton x Schom. undulata.

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    Wow...very nice! I am getting ready to go looking for a couple shomb.'s myself. The big ones do tend to be space robbers though. Ah well... Can't wait to see your pics!

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    Love to say that name...

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    can't wait to see the bloom.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffrey6115 View Post
    I fell in love with the pseudobulbs.
    How funny that we, orchid people, love the plant from different angle: blooms, foliage, and pbulbs, and I have a friend just loves the air roots from phal and doesn't care if they don't ever bloom for her

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    Wow.Can't wait to see the blooms too.

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