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Trichocentrum haematoachila hybrid?

This is a discussion on Trichocentrum haematoachila hybrid? within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by King Kjeldz definitely has luridum and lanceanum in its lineage....to tell you ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Kjeldz View Post
    definitely has luridum and lanceanum in its lineage....to tell you which was cross it is i cannot...lolol...i have splendidum,lanceanum and luridum and finally i have haematochilum in flask now..................i have seen an awarded haematochilum that resembles that almost perfectly except the callous in the colomn is shaped differently...who knows could be straight haematochilum....each clone in a grex could vary considerably
    Thanks for your input!!!

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    Bro. you just love modeling with your short short, don''t you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    Bro. you just love modeling with your short short, don''t you?
    Haha Tom, yes, but in reality those are my longest shorts.
    Very nice to hear from you, missed you and your posts!

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    A friend of mine bought a blooming trichocentrum at a local garden last month. It is just like this one. At first we were all puzzled what it really was, cause it looked like an oversized oncidium with very big leaves. The vendor didn't know what it was either and quickly sold it for 200 pesos or around US $4.50.

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    Is this one fragrant?

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    I have the same, or at least I think it is the same judging by the flowers and other attributes. It is now in bloom and it is the first time in 3 years since it has bloomed. Now I have four spikes and 46 flowers. They are truly beautiful.

    Does anyone here know long long the flowers last?

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    Welcome from Ontario, Canada Liz! Introduce yourself here http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...duce-yourself/ if you'd care to. Love to see that trichocentrum! Flowers should last 4-6 weeks

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    Hello Chris in Hamilton. First of all, thank you for the reply on my question. Truly appreciate it. Second, eeek... I though I did make my intro earlier when I join. Shucks. I wrote a longi-ish intro even. Will do one again.

    As I am a newbie on this, I have a follow up question, if I may ask. When orchids are in bloom, do I continue to water it as I usually do or do I hold back a bit. I am a bit heavy handed on watering. This orchid is not in medium except charcoal. Replies are appreciated. Many thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LizFury View Post
    As I am a newbie on this, I have a follow up question, if I may ask. When orchids are in bloom, do I continue to water it as I usually do or do I hold back a bit. I am a bit heavy handed on watering. This orchid is not in medium except charcoal. Replies are appreciated. Many thanks in advance.
    I would go with keep doing what you're doing with one that is flowering. I don't hvae a big over watering problem but I have a bad habit of moving budding plants to another location where I think they will do better. Never works!

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    This is what I did recently - moving them around as the sun has changed its pattern due to the season. Thank you for your reply. I can now better care for this particular orchid.

    Thanks to Walingwaling for posting this. I finally got an ID. Thanks Chris for answering my queries. 3 answers in a day... not bad at all. ��

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