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Oncidium / Trichocentrum Serevent

This is a discussion on Oncidium / Trichocentrum Serevent within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; those are so cool!!!!! love em... amazing colors... im coming to your house with a ...

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    those are so cool!!!!! love em... amazing colors... im coming to your house with a big black garbage bag, yew, get ready!!!

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    Shane, I will help you as long as we split the haul 50/50. You know honor amongst thieves. Yew, please don't worry. We are not 'chidnapping' your beautiful orchids for ransom. We just want to keep them! AL
    Last edited by orchidsal; June 17th, 2011 at 01:49 AM.

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    Yes, it will get more fragrant day by day, even when the flowers that wilting. My lanceanum and one hybrid smells awesome, a mixture of cardamom and vanilla.
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    Thanks Amey. Very faint fragrance. One would expect it to be more fragrant seeing how times lanceanum appears in its parentage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smurphr View Post
    those are so cool!!!!! love em... amazing colors... im coming to your house with a big black garbage bag, yew, get ready!!!
    I hope you learn a few kung-fu moves before you come. Remember I said I had to do a lot of arm twisting to to pry it off my friend and I'm not giving it up without a fight. Hey, come to think of it could be a good story line for a kung-fu flick - 'Crouching White Tiger against Flying Chidnapping Dragons' .

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    well now that I know I have a partner... I think I recall Al saying something about going to your house for a cup of tea and a lengthy discussion about the potential of genetic insertions in tissue cultures of insignificant and obscure orchid types... unfortunately, I will be unable to attend... very busy, you know, heavy lifting and the like... WINK WINK...KEEP HIM TALKING, AL!!!
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    stunning plant there!

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    I hope the caterpillar was not allowed to reproduce.....
    I do like the blooms. How big are they?

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    Hello Yew! By the way did I ever tell you the story of the Grammatophylium speciosum that ate Chicago?.......................

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedEcho View Post
    I hope the caterpillar was not allowed to reproduce.....
    I do like the blooms. How big are they?
    Average for oncidium type. The flower is 2 1/2 ins (6 cm ) x 2 in (5 cm). Oh I killed the caterpillar - just a little feller 1/2 in only.

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