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Onc. Kukoo

This is a discussion on Onc. Kukoo within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Got this one in Hawaii- it is a cross of the oncidium species cheriophorum and ...

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    Talking Onc. Kukoo

    Got this one in Hawaii- it is a cross of the oncidium species cheriophorum and onustum. The plant itself is small under 10 inches and the pbulbs are neatly marbled with dark and light greens. It is a very branching, cheerful bloom!
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    Pretty yellow, Meg! How large is that plant?


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