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Current blooms

This is a discussion on Current blooms within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It appears clearly that 1 : Den. Unicum and Yellow Neofinetia are beautiful orchids 2: ...

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    It appears clearly that
    1 : Den. Unicum and Yellow Neofinetia are beautiful orchids
    2: photographer is excellent

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    Here is my den.unicum in almost full bloom. The vendor said it has intense peach aroma, but my plant smells like a pair of old rubber shoes.
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    This is really beautiful!! The plant looks so happy, with its roots curling around the mount...I hope mine looks like that soon.

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    That's a stunning Den!

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    Smile Great Blooms!

    I loved the orange, but I'm a Phal lover and your Phal was a pretty one. I'll have to add that one to my "find and buy" list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtlqh View Post
    Here is my den.unicum in almost full bloom. The vendor said it has intense peach aroma, but my plant smells like a pair of old rubber shoes.
    It's gorgeous! It's hard to imaging something so uniquely beautiful smelling like old rubber shoes

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    Yes, it is sort of off putting. However, with a show like that, you can admir from afar - or just put a clothes peg on your nose!

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    Qing,

    I have a Dend with a very similar spiking habit that needs support by tying it up around the mount. If you use fishing filament, rather than green twist ties, you won't get as much color interference in your photos - it's barely noticeable. Lovely pics, by the way!

    Julie

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    Qing,

    Jason Fischer told us that the yellow neofinetia (such as Ogonmaru and Kibana Fuuran) are actually ascofinetia and are most likely back crosses to make them look like neofinetia. He has been in contact with other fuukiran growers

    Anyways it is a beauty, whatever genus it belongs to and valuable too.

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    Ditto, the unicum is a fantastic colour! Judi

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