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Blooming Timeline
By CambriaWhat at 2014-12-19 17:24
February
2 white Phals, bought in bloom

March
Oncidium bought in bud, bloomed

April
Cyp. Kentucky Maxi sort of bloomed

May

June
1 white Phal rebloom
Paph Odette's Vision bloomed
blue Vanda received in bud, bloomed

July
Blue Vanda

August
Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Velvet Maroon' bought in bloom
double spike
Paph Prime Child bought in bud

September
Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Velvet Maroon'
Paph Prime Child

October
Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Velvet Maroon' (new spike)
Vanda

November
Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Velvet Maroon'
Vanda
Bulbophyllum medusae (6 spikes)
Onc. Speckled Spire 'Whisp'

December
Onc. Speckled Spire 'Whisp'
Both blue Vandas
Bulbophyllum medusae (one spike)
Paph Odette's Vision


Vanda and Onc. Speckled Spire 'Whisp' in bloom
By CambriaWhat at 2014-12-17 00:40
Oncidium Speckled Spire 'Whisp' bloomed over Thanksgiving, around the 28th of November. The pseudobulb started as a growth in mid spring, and the spike was first sighted on 20 September, indicating about 8 months from new growth to flowering.



The Vandas are approaching full bloom. There are 9 spikes total between the two of them: 6 on the large plant and 3 on the smaller. The flowers, however, have come out quite small in comparison to the October blooms. I would like to know the reason why. I only have a general idea of why this might be.



Paph. Odette's Vision is beginning to open up. This plant has been an absolute dream from the beginning. I have not had a single issue with it aside from the flower coming out a little wonky when it first bloomed. I am optimistic that this time, its flower will be pristine. It certainly looks like it will be beautiful!



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By edwinshine at 2014-11-20 11:45
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Watch Out! Spikes break off easily!
By CambriaWhat at 2014-11-04 02:51
Orchid spikes are starting to reach dangerous lengths! Must start picking plants up VERY CAREFULLY, or better yet, stay a safe distance from them unless absolutely necessary!

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By dargombes at 2014-11-01 20:09
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And the spikes keep coming...
By CambriaWhat at 2014-10-31 01:58
Orchids in spike or in bloom:

Bulbo medusae (7 spikes)
Onc Sharry Baby (in bloom)
Onc Speckled Spire (in spike, at least 24 inches long and branching)
Oncidium maculatum (new spike)
Paph Odette's Vision (one bud)
Phal #1 (double spike)
Phal #2 (in spike)
Phal #3 (double spike)
Phal #4 (new spike)
Phal #6 (in spike)
Large Vanda (One spike with 14 flowers open, 4 more spikes growing)
Smaller Vanda (three spikes growing)

 
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