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Need help identifing orchids

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    nuecasflorida is offline Junior Member
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    Default Need help identifing orchids

    Got this orchids from a friend from Puerto Rico but no tag or info on this orchid. He just grows them in his backyard.

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    They look like vandaceous orchids, probably Aranda of Mokara but can't be sure until we see the blooms.

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    I agree that the first plant is vandaceous and only flowers will help narrow it down. The second is an Epidendrum though. And again we will need to see flowers to narrow it down more than that.

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