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This is a discussion on Oncidium Dancing Lady within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My faithful dancing lady friend blooming for me for her 23rd year! Another spike right ...
My faithful dancing lady friend blooming for me for her 23rd year! Another spike right above this one that I can't fit in the picture. Both spikes are between 4 1/2 and 5 feel long. She was my first orchid I purchased. I put her in this tree about 15 years ago. She has produced as many as 7 spikes at one time. She's a special little lady with many memories associated with her. She was actually a show and tell object my son brought to his PreK class when he was 4 to represent the letter Y (yellow). He's now 23!
Fabulous history! I have a few that I got 4 years ago
Great story. 23rd year old friend is awesome.
Nice blooms with a nice background story.
Got both spikes in the pic now. I know it's not the best way to grow an Oncidium but oh well, I put it in the tree before I ever started researching. The bottom spike is 5'3 the same height as I am lol! Another spike is emerging!
I think you mounted it in a perfect spot to get spikes that long, well done!!
Must be right if its blooming like that!
Wow. Very nice show. Beautifully done.