Category: Orchid Identification

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Best fragrant Orchids in the world! #1

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Due to popular demand I am remaking the series on fragrant orchids, presenting 4 of the best smelling orchids you can find in each episode. As they bloom or I purchase more, I will update the list :) Here are the best...

Oncidesa Sweet Sugar – The dancing lady orchid

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Oncidesa Sweet Sugar is a sympodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. It was registered in 1990 by M. Sato as a cross between Oncidesa Aloha Iwanaga and Gomesa varicosa. This orchid can still be found under the name Oncidium Sw...

Miltonia Sunset Orchid – Beautiful and easy to care for

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The Miltonia Sunset is a sympodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. It was registered in 1961 by W.W.G.Moir and is a cross between the species Miltonia regnellii and the hybrid Miltonia Goodale Moir. The flowers have a pale to...

Oncidium Katrin Zoch – a sweet perfumed orchid

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Oncidium Katrin Zoch is a sympodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. It was registered in 2011 and created by M. Holm as a cross between Oncidium schroederianum and Oncidium sotoanum, making it a primary hybrid. This orchid ca...

Prosthechea Green Hornet – an upside down orchid!

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The Prosthechea Green Hornet is a sympodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. It was registered in 1995 by H & R and is a cross between the species Prosthechea cochleata and Prosthechea trulla. This orchid is known for its ...

Phalaenopsis violacea – a must have orchid species!

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Phalaenopsis violacea is a monopodial epyphite orchid species, endemic to the Andaman Islands, the Nicobar Islands and northwestern Sumatra. The violacea, along with the bellina, are the most iconic Phalaenopsis speci...

Phalaenopsis Tzu Chiang Balm – The small fragrant orchid

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The Phalaenopsis Tzu Chiang Balm is a renowned hybrid, not necessarily for its appearance, but for its fragrance. It produces tiny flowers on a pretty long, branching flower spike, that have a citrusy, slightly fruity...

Brassia Eternal Wind – Meet the spider orchid

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The Brassia Eternal Wind is a sympodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. It was registered in 1993 M. Sato and is a cross between Brassia Bracdiana and Brassia Rex. This orchid is special because of its large, spidery flowers ...

Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann Buckleberry – probably the most beautiful orchid in the world

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Meet the Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann Buckleberry. You can just tell by its name that this orchid meant a great deal for someone, to give it a woman's name. Maybe the women was someone very dear to the creator of this h...

Rhynchorides Bangkok Sunset Vanda orchid

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The Rhynchorides (Perreiraara) Bangkok Sunset is a monopodial epiphyte orchid hybrid. Blooms are very small, about 1.5 cm in diameter and present a waxy texture. The color is a unique blend of deep oranges that fade i...

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