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Brassavola NOID

This is a discussion on Brassavola NOID within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A bromeliad grower shared this plant with me a few months ago, and I couldn't ...

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    Red face Brassavola NOID



    A bromeliad grower shared this plant with me a few months ago, and I couldn't be happier to have my first bloom!! Well, perhaps if he'd left the label in the pot . . . ;-)

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    There is a good chance that may be Rhynchovola Jimminey Cricket. If so, it is a cross between Brassavola nodosa and Rhyncholaelia digbyana.

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    pretty, kinda spidery - martha

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    SeanHoutman: 'Jimminey Cricket' is ringing a bell, as the grower mentioned there was a nice cross amongst the plants I selected from, and I'm fairly certain that was the one. After looking at photos online, I'm all the more inclined to think so.

    While there's been no fragrance so far, I'm making sure my room is completely dark tonight to see if that makes the difference.

    Thanks, Teena/Martha!!

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