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This is a discussion on Prosyclia n.r. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, Finally got this orchid which I purchased 2 years ago in bloom. A real ...
Finally got this orchid which I purchased 2 years ago in bloom. A real beauty.
The tag on it reads 'Prosyclia' n.r., which I assume makes it a non-registerd hybrid.
Ad'l info shown on the tag reads : Enc. trullla syn. Epi.lancifolium 'Multi' x Prost.prismatocarpa 'Wien'
It looks a bit like the 'encyclia cochleata' which Branka put on the forum earlier today, but is not fragrant.
Great job...that one is a beauty! And one very well grown plant....
Pretty! Your orchid, as of the time the tag was printed was not 'named' other than the cross. My computer crashed and I have not installed orchidwiz yet again, so I cannot look to see if your orchid was named recently or not. For now the name is:Enc. (Epi.lancifolium 'Multi' x Prost.prismatocarpa 'Wien').
Pretty blooms regardless of the name.
Ah! You can really see the prismatocarpa in it... that's a lovely orchid