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My first rebloom for this reedstem Epidendrum...

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    Default My first rebloom for this reedstem Epidendrum...

    practically, a noid.
    Pls. help me ID, if you can.

    The color is too intense. How unfair that the camera captures a lot of it; I feel HOT...:-p

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    ORANGE! I WANT IT! Really a lovely set of blooms. Epis always look so perky! Have no idea of an ID, but love the pictures, as usual.

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    Fantastic colour but no idea about an ID.

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    One thing to consider with the reed-stemmed epi's are that a fair amount of hybridising has also been done with them... especially using Epi ibaguense which is a highly variable species when it comes to colour... anyways, after saying all that the flowers are very much like that of Epi radicans... another of the species highly used in the breeding of the reed stemmed species...

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    I second the Epi radicans. I've got one before that grow like weeds. Flowers look exactly the one you have NTG.

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