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This is a discussion on Epidendrum elongatum, cochlidium and Ballerina "Orange" within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A few of my reedstem epidendrums are now coming into bloom. Epi. cochlidium (pic 1), ...
A few of my reedstem epidendrums are now coming into bloom. Epi. cochlidium (pic 1), Epi. elongatum (pic 2) and Epi. Ballerina "Orange" (pic 3) have already opened some of their flowers, while Epi. jasminosus, Epi. porphyreum and Epi. radicans still need a couple more weeks. The flower stems continue to grow and elongate, remaining in bloom for many months and should not be cut off after they finish, as they often resprout for several years producing further flowers from side shoots of the faded spike (sometimes even keikis).
Nice color assortment!
I love love love epi's, the hardest working orchid, so many blooms from one plant. beautiful color assortment, the first is my favorite
All are awesome, a few weeks ago I posted a picture of my orange one which is gotten huge its about to bloom again and 2 weeks ago I got the red one.
Wish I had room for this type of orchid. I really like the crazy amount of blooms!
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Nice going and growing. The one Epidendrum I have is one of my few winter bloomers. Love the bright colors on your plants. AL
What a nice variety of Epidendrums! Love the bright colors of these orchids, Tony. Thanks for posting them.