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First earned orchid bloom-nothing special

This is a discussion on First earned orchid bloom-nothing special within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Okay, I totally forgot about this one hiding behind my other orchids that are not ...

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    Okay, I totally forgot about this one hiding behind my other orchids that are not in bloom. This one is a cross of Phal. Yu Pin Acacia and Phal violacea. It re-bloomed from the old spike which I did not cut after the first bloom
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    Quote Originally Posted by orchid lady View Post
    this is one of the very first that I acquired that did not die on me. Nothing special to it, just another NOID, but I can take credit for the bloom.

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    Nonsense! 1st earned blooms are ALWAYS special! Congrats, Marissa

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    I know what you are feeling too. The first one I had took a year to rebloom. I kept adding more light and finally it bloomed and when I thought it was finished it threw out more spikes on the old stem. I have been hooked ever since. Welcome to the club.

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    Thanks everybody for the nice comments.

    Here's another NOID first earned blooms. This one gave me more, 8 flowers.
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    These are all so beautiful. Congrats!!!

    I can't wait for my first!!

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    oooh the latest ones are really pretty and gotta say the photo and floral arrangement is wonderful!

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    Phal. Yu Pin Acacia and Phal violacea. <---I love the multi-color on this one. I'm sure it's even more spectacular IRL!

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    Those are beautiful, Well done on your first earned blooms, I hope I get some soon to share, the colours on them are beautiful, and are any of them scented?

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