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Six blooming orchids

Posted by mrbreeze z6/7 OK (My Page) on
Sun, May 25, 08 at 23:41

Here are Jumellea comorensis and five other orchids:
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The others are Max. tenuifolia, Catt. intermedia, Cadetia taylori, Lycaste macrophylla, and last but least, Dts. pulcherima var. chumporensis, or whatever the name is. :)


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RE: Six blooming orchids

That dts has an interesting attractive coral color :)...such wonderful colors...oh and I suppose that jumellea is okay as well...


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RE: Six blooming orchids

Beautiful bloomers, Mrbreeze!
Olya


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RE: Six blooming orchids

Nice, MB. The Cadetia taylori keeps catching my eye in catalogs.

Now we know - you DO have plants besides Angs and close relatives, although the Jumellea is in the family.

Whitecat8


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RE: Six blooming orchids

Lovely collection- like that Doritis and Catt.


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RE: Six blooming orchids

A very nice group. I have never seen the Doritis before, most unusual.


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