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Oncidium NOID

This is a discussion on Oncidium NOID within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I think this is another type of Colmanara . But anyway, flowers are smaller than ...

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    Default Oncidium NOID

    I think this is another type of Colmanara . But anyway, flowers are smaller than Col. Wildcat and the background is white.
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    I wonder if it is? The flower shape is very different.

    Pretty though.

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    Well, it has no tag so I was just guessing. You are right though, the flower shape is different.

    This is a pic of my (other) Colm. Wild Cat
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    Good growing ! they are very pretty , Gin

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    Thanks for the compliments, glad you like it. Although I can't say I've been growing them well, the first one is doing better, but the Col. Wild Cat is not in good shape

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    Makes 2 of us, mine would not win a beauty contest . It always looks frazzled lol . Gin

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    I wouldn't care what the name was on that, it's very cool! Thanks for posting.

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    I found out this morning that it is also fragrant. It smells like Sharry Baby.

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    If it's fragrant and as nice looking as that, who needs a name? I agree though, not Colmanara. Going to be hard to say what unless you spend a lot of time doing some research.

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