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Opsistylis Suree See

This is a discussion on Opsistylis Suree See within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I got this one as a seedling from Hausermanns . It is a reliable bloomer ...

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    I got this one as a seedling from Hausermanns . It is a reliable bloomer . A three way cross correct me if I am wrong Vanda .. Phal.. Rhynchostylis. Gin
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    Pretty cool-looking. Never heard of that one before, so had to look it up!

    Seems like Opsistylis is an intergeneric between Rhynchostylis and Vandopsis. (Thought maybe Vandopsis was vanda and phal, but it's not. Synonyms for Vandopsis are Fieldia and Hygrochilus, neither of which I've heard of before either....).

    That inflorescence looks great. How long did it take you to grow the plant before it bloomed?

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    very nice color! The grex name is Suree, the clonal name is 'See's', and it has an AM/AOS to its credit.

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    I like it!!! I want it!!! LOL

    Good growing

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    Thanks all , Wish I could remember back that far back , I think I had it about 5 years ? before it bloomed , was a long time ago , I grow it like a Vanda only with a lot less light ,a touch more than a Phal. it is easy to grow . gin

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    Very impressive.
    Good growing.

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