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Thread: Aerides mitrata x Rhyncostylis coelestis

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    Default Aerides mitrata x Rhyncostylis coelestis

    This little one blooms every two or three months. It is a cute thing and is pretty easy to keep happy.

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    wow , that looks nice. Especially in the summer garden in the middle of the European winter. I haven't seen this hybrid yet. She's really beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuHa View Post
    wow , that looks nice. Especially in the summer garden in the middle of the European winter. I haven't seen this hybrid yet. She's really beautiful.
    Thank you I'm bad about sitting on certain websites and staring at the Vanda types. Anything that I haven't heard of and is near blooming size or larger I order...when the price is right. I am learning to avoid things that have "gigantea" in the name.

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    How beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    How beautiful!!
    Thank You

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    Love these beautiful gems.Congrats Connie.

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    Beautiful, Connie.

    Taxonomists have messed with that one too, but at least the hybrid has been named, so you can shorten the tag!

    Siedenfadenia mitrata x Rhynchstylis coelesyis is Rhynchodenia (Rcn) Magic Wand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybark View Post
    Beautiful, Connie.

    Taxonomists have messed with that one too, but at least the hybrid has been named, so you can shorten the tag!

    Siedenfadenia mitrata x Rhynchstylis coelesyis is Rhynchodenia (Rcn) Magic Wand.
    Thank you Ray for always keeping us up to date!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raybark View Post
    Beautiful, Connie.

    Taxonomists have messed with that one too, but at least the hybrid has been named, so you can shorten the tag!

    Siedenfadenia mitrata x Rhynchstylis coelesyis is Rhynchodenia (Rcn) Magic Wand.
    Time to go update that tag... You are the best! Thank You so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Love these beautiful gems.Congrats Connie.
    Thanks I am indeed a lucky girl.

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