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New Oncidium Intergeneric Hybrid and Miltoniopsis

This is a discussion on New Oncidium Intergeneric Hybrid and Miltoniopsis within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; both are nice but the Miltonia is a beauty, just wish I could grow them ...

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    both are nice but the Miltonia is a beauty, just wish I could grow them but too warm , excellent buys

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanHoutman View Post
    The first one is almost certainly Bllra Marfitch "Howard's Dream". I got one about a year ago, and it has a new spike.
    Sean It is not Aliceara Marfitch 'Howards Dream', not colorful enough but close. It is most likely is Aliceara Peggy Ruth Carpenter 'Jem' (both used to be Beallara but with changes are now Aliceara)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanHoutman View Post
    The first one is almost certainly Bllra Marfitch "Howard's Dream". I got one about a year ago, and it has a new spike.
    It's very close to it, but I think it's a Beallara Peggy Ruth Carpenter. I've been looking for the parent plants and in the RHS I didn't find anything about Beallara, but there was info on Aliceara Peggy Ruth Carpenter. Is Beallara changed into Aliceara now?

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    Yes...It was Beallara when the genus Odontoglossum was recognized. Now that there are no Odontoglossums, it is officially a Aliceara.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Sean It is not Aliceara Marfitch 'Howards Dream', not colorful enough but close. It is most likely is Aliceara Peggy Ruth Carpenter 'Jem' (both used to be Beallara but with changes are now Aliceara)
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...rds-dream.html
    I see the difference, the Marfitch has more white around the spots on the sepals.

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    Great choices!! Thanks Sean and Ron for the identification of the first orchid.

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