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My Oncidium lanceanum

This is a discussion on My Oncidium lanceanum within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi Amey , nice colors , and a healthy plant . I like this shape...

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    Hi Amey ,

    nice colors , and a healthy plant .

    I like this shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    I just can't seem to get the culture down on these mule-eared Oncs...how are you culturing yours??
    They get the same treatment as my cattleyas. Bright indirect sunlight. (we have very bright sun, all my plants are under 90% shade net, still if I do not add another layer of 50% shade net in summer, the plants turn yellow, its that bright!)
    They get water through the year, no rest. The summer temperatures are in the mid 100s and winter minimums are in 50s. Hope this helps.

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    thanks amey,

    i know my twin brother was asking you, but as it goes for twins, i have the same problems!
    hmm, i tried 3 different locations for my plant here, and nothing worked!

    i guess those "mules" dont like the "ron's".

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    love it Amey, thanks

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    Amey, this is really pretty... great colouration and the shape seems pretty filled in.

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    I really love it, and it's not often that we see those mule ears in bloom. Well done Amey.

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    Wow! Now I know exactly what to do for this plant, AND how it will look! Plus, it is fragrant. And, I got it on SALE...That is my favorite word: SALE! THANKS, EVERYONE!
    Betty :-)

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    Nice one Amey and very well grown.

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    Hi Amey...I just LOVE your mule ear oncidium lanceanum! I need help/advice on blooming mine. It is growing well, has maroon spots all over the leaves and is very healthy. I have it planted in LECA, which it seems to like. How do I get it to bloom? I had assumed that it's getting enough light, since I see tiny maroon spots on the leaves. Any help you can give me would be most appreciated...Betty

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    Amey, this flower is not Trichocentrum (Oncidium) lanceanum. Lanceanum has a solid colored lip (no spots) and the margins of the lip are smooth. This might be Josephine, as mentioned above (Haematochilum x lanceanum - 3/4 lanceanum, 1/4 luridum)

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