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Wils Dramatic Fire - something a little unusual ???

This is a discussion on Wils Dramatic Fire - something a little unusual ??? within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Nice leaves ... good luck in the breeding program!...

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    Nice leaves ... good luck in the breeding program!

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    Like the variegated foliage too Murray, and I would say the dark flowers are quite contrasting with the plant which makes it really special.

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    Hi Murray, nice foliage... good luck and hopefully the leaf pattern will come through in some if not many of the babies!

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    Well I had this plant in a local show at the weekend.It got a third place in it's class.
    It was also noted by the only other local breeder of the oncidium alliance,that in about 50 years of growing and breeding,this was the first time that he had seen a plant of this alliance with variegated foliage.

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    I have a couple of those without the leaves like that, but the plants are vigorous and I have to divide often. Good luck with passing on the variegation.
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