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Coelogyne mossiae

This is a discussion on Coelogyne mossiae within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; We are headed into Coel season... Spicy fragrance on a 2" flower...

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    Default Coelogyne mossiae

    We are headed into Coel season...

    Spicy fragrance on a 2" flower
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    Ron, what type of orchid is the Coelogyne mossiae?

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    Spicy? It looks like it would be so sweet. Cool! Beautiful bloom.

    Cheers,
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    Really nice pure white color! Coelogynes are so cool.

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    Lovely and fragrant. Lucky you.

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    well done ron, of course with that name!

    nice pics, it looks like its crawling tru my monitor....help......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeW View Post
    Ron, what type of orchid is the Coelogyne mossiae?
    Joe not sure what you are asking ????

    Oh, I have heard that this may not be mossiae. I have been told that this may be a hybrid and has been sold as mossiae over the last 90 years

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    Very pretty!

    What's your favorite Coel, Ron? I had a mooreana, may it rest in peace, that stole my heart. I'm still looking for it's replacement.

    McJulie

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    Sorry, Ron, poor choice of words. I was wondering where it fit into the Alliance-Species-Genus catalog thing. One of the G/B's out here has quite a few different Coelogyne genera for sale, but no hybrids and I wondered why no hybrids. Can't they make them? I don't know if I got that right either. Coelogyne cristata vs. Coelogyne nitida vs. Coelogyne massangeana ..... different genus or different species? Thanks, Joe

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    Very nice, Ron!

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