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Oncidium Josephine

This is a discussion on Oncidium Josephine within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hey Decoy, I'm envious of you too because you have access to orchid species in ...

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    Hey Decoy, I'm envious of you too because you have access to orchid species in Mindanao that I have long wanted to look for but unfortunately am unable to travel over there because of work.

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    During my orchid hunting, I have found the following orchids in my trail:
    - Liparis latifolia
    - Eria citrina
    - Pteroceras pallidum
    - Cleisostoma utriculosa
    - Eria ornata
    - Dendobium bukidnonense
    - Cleisostoma subulatum
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    - Spathoglottis plicata
    - Acriopsis liliifolia
    - Eria cymbifolium
    - Thrixspermum elongatum
    - Aerides lawrenciae
    - Dendrobium crumenatum
    - Taeniophyllum sp.
    - Thrixspermum sp.
    - Malleola sp.
    - Tuberolabium sp.

    And other non-orchidaceous plants such as Medinilla sp., Schistmatoglottis sp., Leea sp., Bauhinia sp., Trachelosperma asiatica, Piper sp., Myrmecophytum sp., Hoya imbricata, Hoya incrassata and others... That was a good adventure since the rivers were dried out of water last time but now it is full and the trail is slippery to walk.

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    Wow that sure is a long list of orchid species to find naturally on the trail.

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    Hi Randy...Your oncidium is lovely! I have a mule ear that has grown a LOT since I bought it, but no blooms yet. Will post a pic. when it DOES bloom...Hope its as beautiful as yours. Betty:-)

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    Wow Decoy, how I wish I could join in one of your orchid hunts.

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    thanks Betty, please do post a photo of yours when it blooms.

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    hi randy,
    congrats on your onc! im having a hard time with the mules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi randy,
    congrats on your onc! im having a hard time with the mules.
    Really? the only oncidium alliance i've been having a hard time with is
    Psychopsis. Is there any special treatment for mule ears? I'll be repotting this
    as soon as the bloom fades and will give it media suited for my watering. At the
    moment its potted in large coco husks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    Really? the only oncidium alliance i've been having a hard time with is
    Psychopsis. Is there any special treatment for mule ears? I'll be repotting this
    as soon as the bloom fades and will give it media suited for my watering. At the
    moment its potted in large coco husks.
    I've personally found that mule-ears are the easiest to grow of the oncidiums in my country. Coco husk is a good potting medium. The only minus with mule-ears is that the lip colour tends to fade. Yours seem to hold its colour very well.

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    Thanks Yew...

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