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Oncidium sotoanum, Tuberolabium quisumbingii and Sedirea Japonica

This is a discussion on Oncidium sotoanum, Tuberolabium quisumbingii and Sedirea Japonica within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Last Saturday we had a lecture in our Orchid Society and the lecturer (a commercial ...

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    Default Oncidium sotoanum, Tuberolabium quisumbingii and Sedirea Japonica

    Last Saturday we had a lecture in our Orchid Society and the lecturer (a commercial grower) has some for sale with him. I got me these three (beside a Cattleya Angel Bells 'Suzie' and an Oncidium Von Holm I got for free from another member).

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    It's labelled as Oncidium ornitorhynchum, but it should be Oncidium sotoanum. There's some kind of confusion on which is which. The Oncidium ornitorhynchum has only one spike per bulb and the spike is upright, not pendulous. When all these buds open, my living room will smell marvelous.

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    Tuberolabium quinsumbingii. That green growth at the lower left part of the picture is an inflorescence, not a root. I hope it doesn't abort blooming due to change. Blooms are also scented.

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    Sedirea japonica. Small plant still. I hope I can keep her alive until blooming size.

    Hope you like them. I surely do.
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    your sedirea is close to blooming size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orquiadicto View Post
    Last Saturday we had a lecture in our Orchid Society and the lecturer (a commercial grower) has some for sale with him. I got me these three (beside a Cattleya Angel Bells 'Suzie' and an Oncidium Von Holm I got for free from another member).

    Name:  Oncidium sotoanum.JPG
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    It's labelled as Oncidium ornitorhynchum, but it should be Oncidium sotoanum. There's some kind of confusion on which is which. The Oncidium ornitorhynchum has only one spike per bulb and the spike is upright, not pendulous. When all these buds open, my living room will smell marvelous.

    Name:  tuberolabium.JPG
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    Tuberolabium quinsumbingii. That green growth at the lower left part of the picture is an inflorescence, not a root. I hope it doesn't abort blooming due to change. Blooms are also scented.

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    Sedirea japonica. Small plant still. I hope I can keep her alive until blooming size.

    Hope you like them. I surely do.
    Sorry, but I don't know how that last picture got into my post and I don't know how to delete it. I edit my post, but I don't see the attachment to delete this picture.

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    Hi Jesus your Oncidium really awesome so many buds well soon your room will occupy with wonderful smell, your Tubero. so nice can see the buds and in a good condition....congrats.

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    Thank you Bechinolina. I'll post pictures if it produces a spike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Hi Jesus your Oncidium really awesome so many buds well soon your room will occupy with wonderful smell, your Tubero. so nice can see the buds and in a good condition....congrats.
    Thank you Zainal. I'm really looking forward to it. The two spikes on the right side have started to open now, but no scent yet.

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