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Orchid collection in blooming

This is a discussion on Orchid collection in blooming within the OrchidTalk Members Grow Area - Photos forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi guys! Hope you like them and tell me which one you like most...

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    Default Orchid collection in blooming

    Hi guys! Hope you like them and tell me which one you like most
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    Mabuhay!

    This is so beautiful...it makes me cry

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    Not fair. they are all beautiful! But if really forced to, then I'll have to vote for the dendrobium which was removed from the second picture.

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    Yes echo Yew Sung's thoughts..what dendrobium was it? Looked like it could have been farmeri or a primulinum?

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    I would have to say C. G. Roebling 'Sentinel' at least I think that is what it is and the one that looks like Erin Kobayashi 'Amy Chen'.

    But all very nice~

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    I agree with Cathy, me being Cattleya man, I love the second pic as well. The Guarianthe aurantiaca yellow clone is gorgeous, it sells quite expensive here.

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    When the offer is as big as this one it is difficult to choose only one.... I'd like to have all, but if I had to choose only one, I'd like to have an orange flowering cattleya

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    Beautiful orchid collection!

    cheers,
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    That wonderful but I love so much the dendrobium flowers in the first photo.

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    What a lovely collection! You do such good work. I have to admit that the dendrobium in the first picture is the one that jumped out at me, as well, but I wouldn't sneeze at any of them.

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