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Oncidium 'Sweet Sugar'

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    Default Oncidium 'Sweet Sugar'

    I love this plant....not finicky & lots of blooms when not a whole lot is in bloom. Another spike is emerging !
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    Very pretty and happy looking . Gin

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    I love those little "dancing ladies" with their full skirts. I have one that when in bloom I set near the air vent and they flutter in the breeze..

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    nicely bloomed!

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    Nice growing! I love these little yellow ladies.

    When mine bloomed, the grandkids came over (they hadn't seen it yet) and instantly called it the one with the dancing girls. hehe They liked it over all the rest, so far.

    Thanks for posting your pic.
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    Nicely bloomed indeed! Good job, Gilda! A full spike like that is always an attention-getter.

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    Lovely flowers! So cheery.

    The yellow flowers are seem to be similar to Onc. Gower Ramsey. I really like these yellow dancing orchids...and you've got a nice spikeful of a whole lot of flowers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidaddict789
    Lovely flowers! So cheery.

    The yellow flowers are seem to be similar to Onc. Gower Ramsey. I really like these yellow dancing orchids...and you've got a nice spikeful of a whole lot of flowers!
    They are similar to Gower Ramsey....the skirts on these are much larger and the bonus of tons of flowers makes it a better variety than Gower....I had one of those,too. After seeing Sweet Sugar bloom, I got rid of Gower.

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    Very nice spike.

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