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Encyclia (Euchile) citrina

This is a discussion on Encyclia (Euchile) citrina within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; So beautiful! Who can blame the bee for wanting to make it home! Who wouldn't?...

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    So beautiful! Who can blame the bee for wanting to make it home! Who wouldn't?

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    IT's really stunning. May have to get one of those... It should like it here in Thousand Oaks if it likes it at your place...

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    Beautiful. Like sunshine!

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    WOW ~ It's beautful !

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    Fantastic blooms and photos....it's now on my list as well!

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    sooo nice. when I saw this pic, I felt that I have to have one! I got one today.
    hope it can bloom like yours.

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    That is SWEET!!!


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    Wonderful specimen. I just got one last year with no roots, but it produced a new root system here and also a huge pbulb. I think it's far beyond flowering size. Of couse not comparable to a 10 year old specimen. Well done!
    BTW, I keep mine on a large piece of cork bark without anything to cover the roots. So the plant dries in 15 minutes after watering! It seems to like this. My greenhouse is around 10-13C in winter. Hope that it's cold enough.

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    A splendid clone splendidly grown: you should sibcross or meristem this clone. Note the unusually beautiful labellum, as well as the noticeably broader tepals. Have you shown it? I think it merits an award.

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