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    Post The SOOS Orchids show in Toronto

    I went to the show today as suggested be Smartie a week ago when I introduced myself in this forum. As I am new to this hobby, I can only say that all the orchids displayed were amazing. However, I am not able to tell you what they are. So I just post the pictures here.

    Need to resize other pictures before I can upload.

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    Default SOOS show (cnt'd)

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    Beautiful show of blooms. I wish I could attend the show but I'm too far away,so thanks for the photos. Did you pick up a orchid?

    The masdevallia (orange triangular one) has so many blooms, I haven't seen that many on one plant, but I don't see these often. They aren't the typical houseplants because of their cool temp and humidity requirements. The paphs are also great, I like the last multifloral one the best. The colour on the pink lycaste in the third photo is also great (well I think it is a lycaste The superb colour is probably from japanese breeding programs) Thanks again for the photos

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    Nice Pics Albert!

    Cheers,
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    Thanks, Albert! I love seeing photos from the orchid shows - it's a great motivator during the cold winter months!

    McJulie

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    I love the red and yellow paph - do you know what it is?

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