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Three Oncidium types

Discussion in 'Orchid Identification Section' started by Chalti, Sep 17, 2021.

  1. Chalti

    Chalti Member

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    Hi,
    Got these three from flower store marked as Cambria, but would be good to know approx ID on them ...
    1.More brown/beige in color than it appears on photo:
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    2. Also no orange in the color in reality, just yellow and brown. 20210916_183750.jpg
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    3. The most interesting for me :)
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    Thanks in advance :)
     
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  2. Sabinchen

    Sabinchen Well-Known Member

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    Very beautiful Oncidium hybrids
     
  3. Chalti

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    Thanks :) I guess I will just give them regular oncidium care... should be enough since I don't know which origin they have.
     
  4. Sabinchen

    Sabinchen Well-Known Member

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    I think they was from a very big Orchidsfarm in Netherland
     
  5. Chalti

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    yes, they are, i think :) I was wondering more in connection with figuring out the proper care... I understand that finding a precise tag is near to impossible :)
     
  6. Marni

    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    They are healthy looking plants. If you treat them as recommended for Oncidium hybrids or Oncidium intergenerics, they should be fine. Pot in fine bark, give good indirect light, intermediate to cool temperatures and water as they approach dryness. Water year round and use dilute fertilizer. The roots are very fine so repot before the medium breaks down when a new growth is just starting.
     
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  7. Chalti

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    Thanks, that's the plan :) I would add a bit of sphagnum too, otherwise I am watering two times a week, and I prefer it once a week... let's see :)