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Another brassia

This is a discussion on Another brassia within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Brassidium Shooting Star 'Mustard'...

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    Default Another brassia

    Brassidium Shooting Star 'Mustard'
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    Very nice, I like the spidery blooms!

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    That makes two of us. Those are particularly delicate looking, Jane. Very cool...

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    Pretty flowers! The flowers do look like shooting stars . Good growing!

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    nice photo, Jane, but Shooting Star is a Brassidium, not a pure Brassia.

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    You caught me Prem! I realized that after I posted it but I just didn't go back in to change it

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    I love the green hues to it. My brassidium is a pale yellow with the spots. At least I think it was (it bloomed last October).

    I just wanted to let you know I LOVE the restepia, it is throwing out a bunch of buds for me! Thanks again.

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