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I am retired six years ago and started growing mainly native species from high elevation in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru Andes. However, I like a...
I got this from ecuagenera and lost the tag*, but could have sworn it was Odont crispum / Onc alexandrae.
But - it's not lol. Pretty clear now -...
hay, here Arco.
hopefully learning here more about orchids
A relatively easy to grow Odontoglossum. It has a strong upright inflorescence that needs no staking.[ATTACH]
Jardin Botanico de Quito, Ecuador.
I/C grower, ~1.75" flower
Photographed at Ecuagenera's main nursery in Gualaceo, Ecuador (near Cuenca).
Orange flowers are so great. Love seeing them on an Odont!...
Cool grower. Flowers are wonderfully fragrant.
Anyone have pollen? Mine's in bloom now.
IC grower. Flowers are un-scented although the description in Baker and Baker says they are.
Cool-Intermediate Grower. A first timer.
Flowers are 4" tall and have a heavy fragrance. Cool grower.
This plant is from a Colombian vendor a few years ago. The flowers are 3" tall.
Flowers are about 1.25" wide. The flower cluster is two spikes from one pseudobulb. Lightly fragrant during the day.
This year keep the plant 12 + 9 very pleasantly fragrant flowers.