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This is a discussion on Cymbidiums and more within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; #1 & 2 LE Tzaboro Beauty 'Aiko' .... not sure what LE stands for. That's ...
#1 & 2 LE Tzaboro Beauty 'Aiko' .... not sure what LE stands for.
That's all folks, hope you like them
Wonderful pictures. I think the oncidium is probably not Sharry Baby. It looks more like the species Onc. ornithorhynchum. Thanks for sharing.
I like that Cym. Splatters 'Flamenco'
The first paph is not a primulinum, some complex hybrid
Hi I love the flowers! My Onciduim ornithorhynchum is more of a pink or mauve. It has just finished blooming. I thought that I took a picture of it but I can't find it on my computer.
I am drooling! Those are wonderful. Love the green and red cymbidiums and of course the paphs are great.
That dark paph (voodoo magic x red shift) is amazing! great photos! can't believe you where able to restrain yourself and walk away! My car would have been stuffed!
Woah! That Pepper Fire Fiesta caught my eye!
All are so lovely! Really hard to choose a favorite. Thanks so much for sharing.
Thanks Marissa for the wonderful pics. The pics of the cymbidiums were really great and give me hope that a lot of warm-tolerant cyms are on the way, seeing that many of them are of the star-shaped varieties, with pendulous or semi-erect spikes.