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Old 12-21-2022, 09:35 PM
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I bought this orchids without tags. Can someone please help me to I’d them?
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First, Welcome!

No idea about the first one. #2 is some sort of oncidium, #3 is an Encyclia (Prosthechea), possibly fragrans or radiata, #4 and 5 appear to be Cattleyas or their relatives.
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Is the plant with long leaves in the first photo the plant that produced the flowers in the next photo?
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Is the plant with long leaves in the first photo the plant that produced the flowers in the next photo?
Hi, yes that’s correct. That you for your reply.
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