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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; It's high time for equitants heaven! The flowers start out with lot of yellow on ...

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    Default Tol. Magic 'Hildos' x guianense


    It's high time for equitants heaven!

    The flowers start out with lot of yellow on the lips then fade to white! No wild spotting! No nuthin'! So there was no Fibonacci series-governed biochemical process!

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    Default Tol. Sniffen 'Jennifer Dauro' FCC/AOS

    Very pretty equitant! Wild spotting pattern! Fibonacci series ( f(n) = (Phi)^n / 5^½ and Phi is the Golden Number )! Yes!

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    Another excellent equitant blooms! They are so cute! Again, the Fibonacci series at work in nature! Wild spotting patterns and it appears that they are all different!

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    Thank you for this safari!
    In connection with brassia, here after a brassia i had. This brassia has been offered to a friend.

    I didn't really identify what sort of Brassia it is. It has a pepper fragrance.

    I thought this NoId is a sort of Brassia verrucosa grandiflora hybr.

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    Hi Philippe,

    Your brassia does look like B. verucossa! Most likely, it is! Pretty spiders! Tres belle!

    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Odcdm. Tiger Crow 'Golden Girl' HCC/AOS

    Another oncidium intergeneric in bloom. I got these guys when I just started out growing orchids. Non-fussy culture, temperature tolerant and lot of blooms.
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    Vive l' Onc's! (I love 'em!)

    Thanks for your posts, Hoa and Philippe!


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    nice equitants and brassias!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoa Tony Nguyen
    These two brassia species are temperature tolerant (not warm growers like many brassia species/hybrids) so they can be grown outside in the garden year round here in Southern Cal!
    Cheers. Hoa.
    That's It!! I'm putting a tracer on your postings to find the location of your PC and then coming to "liberate" some of your plants. I have had poor luck with reblooming my brassia.... since yours are so happy I'm sure they'd like a visit to my house!!!!

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    Hmmm, you already know where I live, Pasadena and Costa Mesa ...

    On a serious note: if you want to know which orchids can be grown outside in the garden here in Southern Cal, I could find this document and send it to you. I keep it somewhere in my other home in Costa Mesa. It is a compilation done by members of many orchid societies through their growing experiences. Just a shaded patio to give the plant sufficient light, adequate watering and fertilizing, lot of orchids will thrive. Being observant is the key.

    Cheers. Hoa.

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