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Oncidium species

This is a discussion on Oncidium species within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Photo #1 Is Onc. croesus I have had both of these plants for about one ...

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    Default Oncidium species

    Photo #1 Is Onc. croesus I have had both of these plants for about one year, this is the first flowering. Can anyone tell me whether this will remain a miniature plant, or will it grow larger.

    Photo #2 Is Onc. ceboletta. Still amsll plant but gave me a good spike for it's 1st blooming.
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    Onc. croesus will remain small in height.The last one that I saw was in a 6" pot and was only about three to four inches tall.

    Great growing and very beautifull flowers

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    Sorry, can't help you Angela, but just wanted to say I love these and didn't know Oncidiums came as miniatures as well! I learn something new on this forum every day!! LOL

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    Can't help neither, on these pictures I can't figure the size, but it is beautiful

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    Very nice Angela! I had an Onc. croesus. It stays small as Murray says. Unfortunately mine didn't make it

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