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Hi, oh my I think I finally found out what my type orchid I have. I bought a trader Joe's the tag read dendrobium nobile. Up till now I had only phals. This was between my birthday and mothers day. There was walls of orchids mine was the only one that wasn't a phal. I really want to find out what kind so I can care for her proper. The first one of your orchid looks like Its a clone off mine or visa versa. What do you think? Thanks for solving my obsession.
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Hi, oh my I think I finally found out what my type orchid I have. I bought a trader Joe's the tag read dendrobium nobile. Up till now I had only phals. This was between my birthday and mothers day. There was walls of orchids mine was the only one that wasn't a phal. I really want to find out what kind so I can care for her proper. The first one of your orchid looks like Its a clone off mine or visa versa. What do you think? Thanks for solving my obsession.
Yes they look similar - mine was an unnamed plant - but does well in a west facing window, watered twice a week and not allowed to dry out. They are quite easy as long as they don't get too hot in which case the leaves may get black spots on them.
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Thank you so much for taking the time to reply to my cries of frustrations. Would mine be considered a no name plant? The trader Joe's tag was incorrect. Could please tell me what to research under (species)? I want to learn about this type. Besides my phals what alliance should I lean to?lol I appreciate and value the time you took to reply. Dollythehun left a reply told me to search you I owe a big Thank you to both of you.....B
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A plant with no name tag, or an incorrect name tag, is called a NOID, for NO IDentification.

We're pretty sure it's a hybrid of Zygpetalum, and perhaps related genera, and not a species. Hybrids of Zygopetalum can pretty much all be grown the same, and jcec1 has provided some suggestions. You can read even more about Zygopetalums in the Maxillaria forum.
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Thanks again Estación Seca for all you have helped me with I do appreciate you knowledge and the time you take to reply to one of my threads. I will go check It out....B
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