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Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

Posted by orchidnick z9Ca (orchidnick@yahoo.com) on
Mon, Mar 31, 14 at 12:48

From southern Ecuador with a range of temp tolerance ranging from cool to cold. Used to be called Onc, now renamed Caucea. Showy little flowers supposedly with a fragrance which I have not been able to detect.

Nick


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RE: Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

I like it! Might be suitable for growing here in the frozen North!
Tucker


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RE: Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

Lovely and a clear photo too.


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RE: Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

More open, better camera, actually a very pretty little plant.

Nick


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RE: Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

I'm glad I reopened the thread. Would have missed this lovely photo.


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RE: Oncidium (now Caucea) phaelanopsis.

So pretty! I love your many photos and descriptions on growing them. Keep them comming.


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