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Old 12-14-2019, 04:48 PM
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Hi all! Just trying my luck only here. Has anyone encountered or grown or grows a Cymbidium with flowers that looks like this one?

I have searched online for quite a while! So had done quite LOT of searching.

The origins of it might never be known. But trying our luck is always ok!






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Hi all! Just trying my luck only here. Has anyone encountered or grown or grows a Cymbidium with flowers that looks like this one?
Yes! Not exactly the same but similar.

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That is very close indeed Rbarata! Has that one got a tag name? It is certainly close. Yours has a red line that runs right through. The other flower hasn't got the red line running through ----- although has a couple of spot along that line though.

Thanks for sharing that photo! Let me know if you have a tag name, and let me know what tag name it is if you got it. Wonderful flower you have!
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No tag name...Sorry.
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No problem Rbarata. Thanks for sharing the photo. Was very nice to see anyway.
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South Park and rbarata. I think your pink with wine beauties sould be called "Hello Dolly", unless that is an already registered name. I have been singing Broadway songs this morning
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Early - hahaha. Nice!

Roberta (in another thread Click Here) provided a possible lead toward the origins of the pink orchid that I'm trying to get some details about.

The pink flowered orchid in the opening post is still no-id, but Roberta's very nice lead definitely gets me closer to a getting a flower that mostly resembles this one, particularly certain features of the lip - including the small little breaks in the reddish line that runs down the middle of the lip. The breaks appears as a 'line' of red dots down the middle.

Notice that rbarata's flower has a full (solid) red line down the middle, while the flower I'm after has broken line. But then again - in the orchid world ----- may be it's possible that rbarata's flower could develop the same broken line pattern under other growing conditions - not sure!


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