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Odbrsa. Pisgah Recluse

This is a discussion on Odbrsa. Pisgah Recluse within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Phimax It is really beautiful I bought a noid recently which is ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phimax View Post
    It is really beautiful I bought a noid recently which is not similar but looks in form a little similar Anyone who knows what it is?


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    I'm not sure what it is but it could be a closely related hybrid, it sure is a real beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phimax View Post
    It is really beautiful I bought a noid recently which is not similar but looks in form a little similar Anyone who knows what it is?


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    Thanks “Jan” for sharing beautiful image of orchid.
    Yes its look similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisa View Post
    Thanks for sharing. I bought a Recluse from a nursery, it was a little expensive in my opinion, with only two pseudobulbs. I have been told they are vigorous growers. Are they? Looks like I will be waiting a few years for mine to bloom, but once again, thank you for the inspirational pic! Now I have something to look forward to.
    I don’t think it is vigorous grower. And please upload the image of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by max View Post
    I'm not sure on how vigorous of a grower it is sense I've only had it sense June of last year and didn't think it would bloom this early but to my surprise it did and I'm very happy with it and can't wait for it to grow into a monster!!!
    Thanks for reply. I totally agree with “max”.

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