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Old 10-28-2021, 10:57 PM
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This should have been posted under stanhopea.
Which stan is this? Love this group so much. Mine also have some new growth pointing up.
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Which stan is this? Love this group so much. Mine also have some new growth pointing up.
Itís Stanhopea occulata. I mistakenly put this under my gongora thread but could not delete.

Yes I really would like to see this bloom but if it skipped a year I wouldnít mind; the stanhopea plant alone is so attractive.
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just fYI- ecuagenera states that all of their plants are bloom size. generally i find that they sell large plants and so i would trust that this is capable of blooming at this size.

i am excited for you as the pics of this flower are insane!!!
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just fYI- ecuagenera states that all of their plants are bloom size. generally i find that they sell large plants and so i would trust that this is capable of blooming at this size.

i am excited for you as the pics of this flower are insane!!!

Thanks for posting that DC, I never noticed that and good to know. I mostly buy anthuriums from them so I wasnít in the mindset of considering bloom size. So far, the orchids I have received from them have been a very good size for the price paid.
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Finally after 2yrs my occulata 'Stan Doc' AM/AOS x self put out a bloom. Flowers were lovely...just need more!
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Finally after 2yrs my occulata 'Stan Doc' AM/AOS x self put out a bloom. Flowers were lovely...just need more!
So good to be rewarded with blooms after week to week care all year!
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