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This is a discussion on Greater Cincy Orchid Show at Krohn Conservatory within the Orchid Shows and Society Meetings forums, part of the TalkTalk category; Ron, looking at the pics Number 12 was labeled Trichoglottis philippinensis var brachiata. I hope ...
Ron, looking at the pics Number 12 was labeled Trichoglottis philippinensis var brachiata. I hope it isn't wrong cause it won an award! lol
Paradise ! Very very natural. Thanks for the pictures, your haul looks great.
awww, shucks... thanks for the extra Paphs Derek... you know you already made my day with the pic of the Paph Angel Hair!
funny about the Trichoglottis... alas, awarding an incorrectly tagged plant is not a new one....
glad you enjoyed the show Derek, I've enjoyed the photo tour esp the view over the river... and nice selection of plants... man, that Neofinetias roots are monster roots!
On a side note, I got there right as the show opened, so I got a pretty good pick of the plants. This was the best Neofinetia there, and soaking the roots last night showed they are all alive and very healthy, very bright green the whole way through. I've been looking at pics of these guys for while, and I'm glad to have gotten one.
Those are awesome, Derek! Thanks for bringing along your camera for us!
I love the pic of the river and of the drive up to the conservatory. Great shots!
oh i saw tat medusa or how ever ya spell it and i have got to have one if possable it is beautiful.
thanks for sharing
Thanks Derek for sharing.Beautiful photos.
Ron is correct where he refers t. philippinensis as either one of those brown or maroon types with the white edges.
Perhaps Jim Cootes can give us a clearer understanding of the three Trichoglottis types in discussion here.