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brassia mania

This is a discussion on brassia mania within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Amazing, I am waiting on my orange one to bloom. It will be a first ...

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    Amazing, I am waiting on my orange one to bloom. It will be a first time bloom.

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    Good growing! Is it a Rex? I have a Rex 'Sakata' which seems to be on a weird cycle; bloomed in December but nothing now. I LOVE its blooms; I move it out of the sun to make them last longer.

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    Yummy green spiders. Your plant looks well-cared for to push out that much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehera View Post
    Good growing! Is it a Rex? I have a Rex 'Sakata' which seems to be on a weird cycle; bloomed in December but nothing now. I LOVE its blooms; I move it out of the sun to make them last longer.
    It is a Rex. It's a Brassia Rex 'Tahoma' and this one is on a weird cycle as well. It sent out spikes quite early. I didn't expect them until the middle of summer.

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    Wonderful booms! Judi

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