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Old 10-27-2020, 01:49 AM
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I live in NW Idaho, and I was surprised when I saw an Oncidium at my local Safeway. I picked it up because it was pretty (of course). Then I go a bit South to visit my parents and find another Oncidium at the local Albertsons. It was sitting right in front of the door, and since we just had our first snow and it's very cold outside, it has lost two of it's flowers. The others seem fine (minus 1 being a bit dry looking). These may be very common but I'm new to orchids.

The first one with the many flowers has deep red flowers, and that red leads onto the lip before shifting to a yellow color. It has 4 pseudobulbs and 3 flower spikes developing (it seems the last pseudobulb produced 2 new growths).

The second one also has 3 flower spikes developing from 2 new pseudobulbs, but the flowers are larger and have a pale purple/green color while the lip is a vibrant purple.
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Old 10-27-2020, 08:08 AM
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You can never be sure but, the first looks like oncidium Hala Halaua 'Volcano Queen. '
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Old 10-27-2020, 11:24 AM
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Was gonna say the same thing Dolly!
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Old 10-27-2020, 11:38 AM
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Hi Stevie. Can't help with names but they're nice ,healthy looking oncidiums. We love surprises.
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Thanks everyone. I will take note on the Hala Halaua. I looked up a few pictures of it and it does look identical to the one I have. I honestly wasn't hoping too strongly for names because I know that, with so many varieties, it's not always possible to get an ID.

They do seem quite healthy at the moment so I'm not itching to repot them right away, and the media doesn't seem too bad. If I notice any issues I will definitely repot right away, but otherwise I'll leave them for a bit. With all the spikes developing I don't think I can wait the months for their flowering to be done, but I can give them a chance to acclimate to my environment.

I was suffering from "I want more flowers and don't want to wait for them" when I picked up these two in addition to a white Phal with burgundy spots.
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The second one looks familiar but I can't remember it right now.
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Does it matter what the names are.....just enjoy!
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The second one looks like Odontonia Pacific Paranoia ‘other side of cool’.

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