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Onc Papatoetoe Mountain

This is a discussion on Onc Papatoetoe Mountain within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi all Thought that i would share my Onc Papatoetoe Mountain thats in flower now. ...

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    Default Onc Papatoetoe Mountain

    Hi all

    Thought that i would share my Onc Papatoetoe Mountain thats in flower now.

    I was not able to get it into our winter show that is currently on.

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    Very nice and with a spike who's next stop is the clouds. AL

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    That's a very impressive Onc !! Great colour and form of the flowers.

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    Nice oncidium orchid, Murray. I am amazed at the height and number of blooms. So pretty and well grown.

    cheers,
    BD

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    yesss the floriferous oncidiums rule....quantity and quality!!!!!!! and wat are those aerial roots on the right? to whom do they belong? yes i am nosey..lol

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    The aerial roots belong to a Dendrobium speciosum haning in a 12inch wire basket,its just at flowering size.

    BTW - this Onid used to be a Wilsonara

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    yesss the floriferous oncidiums rule....quantity and quality!!!!!!! and wat are those aerial roots on the right? to whom do they belong? yes i am nosey..lol

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    Very nice, Murray!
    Remo

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    fed up of the name changes in this alliance grrrrrrrrr

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    Very nice, Murray! Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchid-man View Post
    The aerial roots belong to a Dendrobium speciosum haning in a 12inch wire basket,its just at flowering size.

    BTW - this Onid used to be a Wilsonara
    That accounts for the shape of the blooms.

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