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This is a discussion on Oncidiniae from the Bournemouth Orchid Show within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; There was surprisingly little in this group, but I show the wining Odontoglossum - Lutix ...
There was surprisingly little in this group, but I show the wining Odontoglossum - Lutix x McBeans Asta , and a nice example of the species Onc. cheirophorum.
To my mind the Lutix cross was way past its best - so that the two spikes were of quite different colours due to fading of the older one , but best in class it got for all that.
Cheirophorum is a lovely species I haven't seen it on offer for a long while, although there was once a tetraploid variety on sale in UK, which was a bit harder to kill than the short-lived ordinary form.
If someone could find that again, and - nowadays - meristem it, that would be great . If, - or I wish...