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Noid Onc - what we used to call an Oda....

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    Default Noid Onc - what we used to call an Oda....

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    Not overlarge flowers, maybe 2 ˝ inches when they are fuilly grown. When they opoen, the lip is bright yellow, and the pink much darker c- the flower is the only 2/3rds size. As it enlarges, the pink fades a bit, and the yellow turns to pink.
    I like the branched spike - should do well on a larger plant.
    I suspect I have a pic somewhere of a previous flowering, which may show the actual name, but a lot of my older images - a few thousand if not more than that, were simply filed as DSc..... and not with the plant name ; I can't think why I was so stupid.....

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    I was trying to say that the flower is only 2/3rds size when it first opens... but I couldn't make the edit function work today.

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    We used to have an orchid like this one and the name is so close... but I cannot remember it. It seems to me it was called Vuylstekeara or something like that.

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    Yes I also think it's Vuylstekeara

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