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This is a discussion on Knick-Knacks in Bloom, the Second Round and possibly Another Orchid IQ within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Well, a variety of orchids are in bloom so we have another thread to have ...
Well, a variety of orchids are in bloom so we have another thread to have even more fun with the orchids ... You guys could try to get the name of the genus, and if you are even better, you could try to figure out the name of the species or if it is a hybrid, the name of the grex ... (The experts of this forum, especially Pat (aka Mahon), figured out the names of the paphs that I posted on the paphs thread so fast ... It won't be that easy next time ... heheheheeee ...)
Enjoy the show ...
Even more orchids in bloom chez Tony ...
Maybe you guys are up for some more orchids ...
So cheers and have fun (even just by looking ...)
nice spread! is that a sogo grape in there?
Such an abundance of color! NICE!
Well, some of these seem very familiar, so:
4. Maxillaria Tenuifolia
5. Coelogyne South Carolina
7. Encyclia radiata
8. Phal. Sogo Grape
9. Den. lyndleyi
BTW: the last dendrobium (#16). Looking forward to the 'correct' ID's.
Thanks!!! Sure, there is a Sogo Grape in there, you know right away, huh? I know this grex is everywhere now but I like the intense grape purple color so much that I just have to include it. And the plant is in bloom.
Thanks! Surely many look so familiar to you, since you have seen quite a number of them already, especially that coelogyne that I submitted for your book. The idea is that with a mixture of easy and difficult orchids, everyone (including the newbies) can identify the easy ones while the experts could have some fun with the more challenging ones ... And better yet, they are also in bloom ...
Well, they are all wonderful, Hoa! Thanks for sharing them with all of us.
Beautiful! you have a stunning show of orchids!!!
The ones I can ID
Are the first pinks Aerides? Maybe rosea?Fieldingii?
The pale green, Coelogyne pandurata?
The fat white with yellow, Dendrobium formosanum v. 'gigantea'?
That's it for me.