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Schomburgkia NOID blooming

This is a discussion on Schomburgkia NOID blooming within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; a tremendous beautiful plant wish i could grow them outside here! Jan...

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    a tremendous beautiful plant wish i could grow them outside here!

    Jan

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    I have come back about five or six times now to stare at your pictures. The first picture looks so much like my lazy butt Tibiana that I baked this spring in the hopes of a spike. lol I will just stare at yours and drool until mine gets a clue and blooms. My schomb's aren't the only orchids that seem to do well when tended by ants. If I have spikes and ants are running up and down them I am almost insured that I won't lose a single bud. In fact it often means the plant itself is busting healthy as well. k..back to drooling over your pics

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    But those ants look very dangerous to us if they sting, are they? Beautiful flowers but in my case I am allergic to any insect bite or sting so I guess from a distance would be fine.

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    Man, what a huge healthy orchid! Love the blooms and the long spikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maggs View Post
    But those ants look very dangerous to us if they sting, are they? Beautiful flowers but in my case I am allergic to any insect bite or sting so I guess from a distance would be fine.
    They do bite sometimes but they are not dangerous. Thanks for looking and commenting .

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    Great blooming. Bravo.
    Mcp tibicinis ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eorchids View Post
    Great blooming. Bravo.
    Mcp tibicinis ?
    Yes, I think so .

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    i went and got one of these... my plant is pretty small, probably not blooming sized yet, only about 6" bulbs.

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