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December blooming oncidium alliance orchids: Rodriguezia decora

This is a discussion on December blooming oncidium alliance orchids: Rodriguezia decora within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This brassia/oncidium hybrid has a very nice citrusy fragrance, kind of like lemon-flavored creme brulee. ...

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    Default Brdsm. Jack Cleveland

    This brassia/oncidium hybrid has a very nice citrusy fragrance, kind of like lemon-flavored creme brulee. How lovely! It has been blooming for a while now and the spike probably is on its final days.
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    Default Brassia longissima x Brassia cochleata

    this cross is beautiful,lovely..Robert

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    Hoa, that is beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us! I love these spider type orchids.

    Cheers!
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    Excellent blooms.

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    Pretty ! I like it very much Gin

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    Default Oncidium maculatum

    Temperature tolerant oncidium species from Mexico with intriguing marking on the flowers. The plant has been in bloom for a while now and the flowers have a pleasant smell.
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    I do like that 1.
    I bought a very young seedling last year.
    (mine is to small to bloom).

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    Default Odontoglossum laeve

    Nice species! It has a very strong yet utterly pleasant and unique fragrance! Just open around Christmas time!
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    Wink Miltonia warscewiczii

    The dirty sock-smelling orchid! Just open around Christmas time too. Lovely!!!

    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Rdcdm. Just Dandy 'That's Grand'

    A thread about oncidiums without equitants definitely is incomplete. Luckily, the blooms from this equitant oncidium (Rdcdm = Oncidium x Rodriguezia) with a "funny name" just open. Nice! In fact, more of them are putting out vigorous spikes. A thread solely for them is in order (Just kidding!). The equitant oncidiums have been recently moved to a new genus, Tolumnia but this taxonomic change has not been widely accepted yet.
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