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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis spec. within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've bought those plants as Phalaenopsis hainanesis, but now I don't have any idea of ...
I've bought those plants as Phalaenopsis hainanesis, but now I don't have any idea of the name. Independent on the name, a beautiful flowers.
Looks like an encyclia ceratistes to me. Does it have a sweet smell? And long strap like leaves? If so, that's what it is. Lucky you! Betty :-)
another beauty mietek, sorry cant help with the id.
Sorry Betty, but it's for sure a Phalaenopsis. In the winter time, the plant is leafless in the spring time, the leaves grow again and the flowering season is usually May, June. My plant is flowering this year quite late.
Phil. I also think, it's Pahalaenopsis braceana.
It's an impressive speciment for sure. Send it to me and I'll get it ID'd for you....
Congrats for blooming it so nice! It's for sure not braceana. I would call it P. hainanensis.
You are correct...( I was wrong ) Now that I see a close up of the flower, I know that it ISN"T a ceratistes. It's lovely just the same...Congradulations! Betty :-)
I think it's a phalaenopsis stobartiana (Section : Aphyllae)
Braceana's lip is quite different as you can see :
my plant origin from Hainan island, that I'm sure. Why not hainanensis? Do you have picture of this species?