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oncidium noid It's noid season

This is a discussion on oncidium noid It's noid season within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This has been a dependable plant for the last three years. When I bought it ...

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    Default oncidium noid It's noid season

    This has been a dependable plant for the last three years. When I bought it I threw the name tag away because I didn't care about those things with my first few chids. Three to seven 4" blooms on 10" spikes. It usually blooms around Christmas. It's a little early this year.
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    Mark, that is unbelieving beautiful. Such rich deep colors. Congratulation on blooming it again.

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    it's so festive!! almost Poinsettia like. good luck on finding a name, looks like a complex hybrid maybe something in the Isler family (though i am probably wrong)

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    Super colour! Bummer about the tags, but at the end of the day, it's still darn pretty!

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    Miltassia Royal Robe maybe?

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    Miltassia Royal Robe maybe?
    I agree, looks like Mtssa Royal Robe 'Diplomat' to me. 'Jerry's Pick' is the other commonly available clone, but it has a solid purple lip, no markings like this one.

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    You guys had to tell me it's a miltassia, didn't you! Of course you are correct but you should know I Kill anything with miltonia in it? As long as I thought it was an oncidium it was safe.

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    Default Not to worry...

    The oncidium genes make the miltonias quite sturdy.

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