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Brs Datacosa 'Coos Bay' AM/AOS

This is a discussion on Brs Datacosa 'Coos Bay' AM/AOS within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is the first one I can take full credit for blooming all by myself. ...

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    Default Brs Datacosa 'Coos Bay' AM/AOS



    This is the first one I can take full credit for blooming all by myself. My first orchid 12 years ago was this one, which I quickly killed. After I figured out how to grow them, I got another one, which was doing well until I left for the navy. My mom killed that one while I was gone. I guess the third time is a charm, 12 years and 3 clones later I finally get to see it.

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    Congrats on blooming it, Tony! And look at all those spots!

    It's a primary cross of Brassias verrucosa and caudata - here are the parent pics if you're interested:

    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...ead.php?t=5100

    McJulie

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    Verrrrrrry Nice. I love brassias, but they aren't too thrilled with my growing environment. They get nervous looking at all those catts wanting to expand their turf...

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    Good growing Tony Gin

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    Very Nice, I have a big problem getting them to bloom.
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