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10 new orchid plants

Discussion in 'Everything Else Orchid' started by gjanick, Oct 9, 2022.

  1. gjanick

    gjanick Member

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    With my wife's permission, I have acquired 10 new orchid additions. They were ordered from 4 different Thai sellers. The prices in Thailand are so inexpensive (I think that many of you would be envious). All have arrived in beautiful condition, a couple with blooms. I have potted them and all are hanging proudly under the sun screen. My two orchid growing areas are now somewhat organized. Yes! I am going to list these plants alphabetically. I will copy and paste the pictures with the plant title.

    This brings my modest orchid total up to 26 plants. All are growing outdoors and seem to be doing great.

    1. Aerides odorata Lour
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    2. Aerides rosea Lodd. ex Lindl. and Paxton
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    3. Epidendrum Wedding Valley 'Sakura'
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    4. Epidendrum Wedding Valley 'Yukimai'
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    5. Mokara Purple Calypso
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    6. Mokara Red
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    7. Mokara Yellow Jetti
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    8. Pholidota/Coelogyne imbricato
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    9. Vanda/Ascocentrum curvifolium
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    10.Vanda lilacina Teijsm & Binn.
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    I apologize for the long thread.
     
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  2. Nisanisa

    Nisanisa Well-Known Member

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    Those look like some very healthy plants. Wonderful!
     
  3. gjanick

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    Thanks! Most of these plants (mokaras, aerides and vandas) I have never tried growing before. In cold North Dakota in America, I only had dens, catts, and oncidiums. Never have I grown species orchids before-- only hybrids. So most of this is all new to me. But my humid humid humid weather here caders to the plants that I bought.