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This is a discussion on A Bloomin Rattail within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Isn't this a cutie? I bought this Onc several years ago this is it's first ...
Isn't this a cutie? I bought this Onc several years ago this is it's first good bloom
It is a cutie Cin! So's the giant pink fingernail!
Does it get even enough moisture in FL on a mount? That would worry me.
Interesting rattail orchid! BTW, these guys like it on the drier side so mounted or open basket work best for them.
Is it an equitant?
An equitant Oncidium is known as a Tolumnia... these are the small, stolonous, fan-shaped Oncidiums...
It's lovely, I don't know if I have the patience to wait years for a bloom!
So THAT's what the Rattail blooms look like! I couldn't imagine. Really cute little guys. And what is the red flowing shrub in the background of the first pic?
Very Nice..... In my Country that flower is worth at least 5 cattle Sorry.... got caught up in Borat for a minute. Wonderful growing Cin
Beautiful blooms, Cin! I especially the third photo; very clear!