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Aganisia cyanea

This is a discussion on Aganisia cyanea within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Two different forms of Aganisia cyanea (formerly Acacallis cyanea) One is albino form, the other ...

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    Default Aganisia cyanea

    Two different forms of Aganisia cyanea (formerly Acacallis cyanea)
    One is albino form, the other is normal form.
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    What a wonderful display both are very beautiful I like the white form so much.Zain

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    I've never even heard of this species before, but it's beautiful and very interesting. Is the blue/lavender as blue as it looks in the photo? Very nice.

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    First time i see this species, just like Zain, i like the white form... thanks!

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    Love them both

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    Very nice, Neoh! I had not seen the alba form before.





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    Both are beautiful orchids, but I really like the normal form best. So pretty!

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    One of the oh so rare blue orchids ; not seen very often because it is not easy to grow, or perhaps I should say it doesn't like the conditions that most of us have or can provide.
    But clearly, one worth making a big effort for !

    I do like the alba form too , its an intersting shaped flower.

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    is it a cold temp orchid?

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    Very cool, love it!

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