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My equestris thicket part2

This is a discussion on My equestris thicket part2 within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This clump has been in bloom for more than a year. The big plant to ...

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    Default My equestris thicket part2

    This clump has been in bloom for more than a year. The big plant to the upper right is a schilleriana that got stuck into the clump. There is a blooming keiki dangling in the lower right.
    This time, I emphasize the luscious lip colors.



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    Lovely! Are those flowers from two different plants? The coloration looks different enough for it to be more than just lighting differences.

    Julie

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    the lip is the reason I love this species! And you have captured it beautifully!

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    Yeah, but who can resist that big nose?

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    Default Thank you, guys.

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    Lovely! Are those flowers from two different plants? The coloration looks different enough for it to be more than just lighting differences.

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    Julie, I had five plants in that pole.

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    Nice flowers ! This orchid had a lot of variation in flower

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