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Coryhopea NOID

This is a discussion on Coryhopea NOID within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Unfortunately No.........Anything that is a bit rare, the price goes through the roof. Not to ...

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    Unfortunately No.........Anything that is a bit rare, the price goes through the roof. Not to mention how hard they are to find. You've bought a hybrid between Stanhopea and Coryanthes. Stanhopea are pretty common but Coryanthes for sale are pretty much none existant. Hold onto this one, you,ve purchased a great orchid. Can't wait to see it in bloom.
    I have both the parent plants in my collection but due to my stupidity (and cold weather) my Coryanthes is currently suffering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tez View Post
    Unfortunately No.........Anything that is a bit rare, the price goes through the roof. Not to mention how hard they are to find. You've bought a hybrid between Stanhopea and Coryanthes. Stanhopea are pretty common but Coryanthes for sale are pretty much none existant. Hold onto this one, you,ve purchased a great orchid. Can't wait to see it in bloom.
    I have both the parent plants in my collection but due to my stupidity (and cold weather) my Coryanthes is currently suffering.
    Best of luck with the corys, and i want to see some stanhopea pics!

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