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Burrageara Kilauea 'Pacific Harvest'

This is a discussion on Burrageara Kilauea 'Pacific Harvest' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Burrageara is a hybrid between the following genera: Cochlioda, Miltonia, Odontoglossum, and Oncidium. It has ...

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    Default Burrageara Kilauea 'Pacific Harvest'

    Burrageara is a hybrid between the following genera: Cochlioda, Miltonia, Odontoglossum, and Oncidium. It has tons of flowers on two spikes. Enjoy...

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    This second photo is of the foliage of the two new plants I picked up while on vacation, (see Mokara Charkuan Pink in the Vandaceous section and my "checking out" thread in the General Discussion area) in case people are wanting to see the entire plants instead of just the flowers:

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    Very nice! I have a Burr. Stefan Isler 'Red' that is one of the most prolific and reliable bloomers I have. I've been wanting to add more of them to my collection and now I'll be on the lookout for the one like yours. It's be a nice compliment to the red.

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    Hi Matt,

    I, for one, really appreciate the photos showing the entire plant. So often, photos are of nothing but flowers. Don't get me wrong, I'love flower photos! However, if you're interested in a compact plant, for example, you can make a decision on whether it's *the* plant for you based on more than what the flowers look like.

    BTW, on the subject of compact plants, Burragearas (on the whole) are reasonably compact, compared to many other Oncidium alliance plants. (I have Nelly Isler, Stefan Isler & Living Fire. Kilauea would be worth adding to my collection!) I suppose you might say I like this genus! LOL



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