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Last orchid show of the year

Posted by arthurm NSW AUST (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 15, 12 at 18:38

Here in the Southern Hemisphere the orchid show season runs from May to the end of October. Here are some orchid pics.
Sarcochilus Kirra-Lea
Sarcochilus Kirra-Lea

Cattleya walkeriana var. alba �Deborah'
Cattleya walkeriana var. alba �Deborah�
Leptotes bicolour 'Gem'
2012-10 Oct-Leptotes bicolour 'Gem'
Cymbidium Brown Beauty
Cymbidium Brown Beauty

Tolumnia William Thurston 'Orchidglade'
Tolumnia William Thurston 'Orchidglade'


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RE: Last orchid show of the year

One more pic. from the last orchid show of the year. Champion Dendrobium Orange Gem (Softcane/nobile type hybrid).
Dendrobium Orange Gem


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RE: Last orchid show of the year

How nice that you ID each posted bloom.
When I go to an orchid show, I'm just glad I can take a decent photo, as these days everybody has their phone and is lined up to take photos, although, (thank goodness) the mono-pod and tripod people have to go 2 hours before it opens to the general public.
Our northern shows, run from late September to early February.
Thanks for posting your lovely photos.


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RE: Last orchid show of the year

Inga, I like to get the names right, just started on working through the rubbish written on some 150 Benching Cards.
Here are two more pics. Not up to the standard of Charles B photos but the lighting in Shopping centres is very poor.
Thanks for the comments.
Den. Fraser's Angel Blush 'Neva' AM/AOC (tentative id)
Unknown Softcane Hybrid
Buds on Den. Neifert's Exception
Orchid Flower Buds


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RE: Last orchid show of the year

Lovely!!


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RE: Last orchid show of the year

Wow, love those Dens! The Orange Gem is breathtaking. Great pics, Arthur.

Jane


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