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Wilsonara Pacific Panache "Kenny Boy"

This is a discussion on Wilsonara Pacific Panache "Kenny Boy" within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Just picked this up at my local good supermarket. It was labelled simply "Exotic orchid ...

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    Default Wilsonara Pacific Panache "Kenny Boy"

    Just picked this up at my local good supermarket. It was labelled simply "Exotic orchid "Kenny Boy," but I was able to find it on the internet and get the full name. I really liked the coloring.

    Oddly, they are trying to patent it--and a bunch of others. First time I've seen this. What does it mean when you can divide an orchid and cross it yourself? Does it mean that you're prohibited from registering the cross?
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    Oh that's very attractive!

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    Very beautiful! the leaves look huge. how big are they?

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    It's pretty tall. The largest leaves are about 20 inches long.

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    Wow, the colors are great! Nice buy!

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    Great find. Lovely plant and beautiful flowers!

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    Wow, what a cool bunch of colors! Where did you get it?

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    very nice and refreshing coloration!

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    Lovely colour combo.Have tried a few wilsonaras but have never been successful in the hot, humid lowlands though they are supposed to be temperature tolerant.

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    What a showy orchid!! I love the color combo.

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