Sunday, March 10, 2013

New York Orchid Show 2013: Oncidiums

Aliceara Tropic Tom

     Oncidium hybrids and intergenics were some of the best represented genera at the New York Orchid show this year. There were giant sprays of these blooms absolutely everywhere throughout the greenhouses.  I hope you enjoy these as much as I did.

Brassidium Golden Star 'Golden Gambol'

Bratonia Kauai's Choice 'Pacific Paradise'

Colmanara Masai Red

Gomesa Croesus (miniature)

Oncidesa Jiuhbao Gold

Oncidesa Jiuhbao Gold closeup (flowers were several inches across)

Oncidium Pacific Passage

Oncidium Sharry Baby 'Sweet Fragrance'

Oncidium Sunlight 'Pacific Punch'

Oncidium Tiger Crow 'Golden Girl'

Unlabeled Oncidium Intergenic

Oncidium Tsiku Marguerite '#2'

Oncidium Tsiku Marguerite '#2' closeup

Oncidium Twinkle (yellow form)

Oncostele Aloha Sparks 'Pele's Glow'

Oncostele Catatante 'Alice'

Oncostele Catatante 'Kilauea Karma'

Oncostele Catatante 'Kilauea Karma' closeup

Oncostele Floral Factor 'Early Bird'

Oncostele Wildcat 'Cheetah'

Oncostele Wildcat 'Everlasting'

Oncostele Wildcat 'Silver Cool Room'

Pink Unlabeled Miltoniopsis

Yellow Unlabeled Miltoniopsis

Tolumnia Popoki 'Mitzi'

Trichocentrum Carthagenense

Zygopetalum maculatum

      Coming next: the phalaenopsis set!

7 comments:

  1. My goodness, how beautiful!

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  2. Great plants and great photographs!
    The unlabeled intergeneric is probably Odontonia Papageno 'Mi Amour' or one of the other Odontonia Papageno cultivars.

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    1. That's a really good guess. I looked so long for the tag, because I really liked those flowers, but couldn't find anything in the vicinity.

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  3. Lindas plantas, imagens maravilhosas.
    abraços

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  4. how do you get a Odontoglossum catatante 'Kilauea Karma' to re-bloom? It was given as a gift to us in full bloom about 1-1/2 years ago. It has not bloomed since, no spikes or otherwise any sort of flowers at all. It is feed with liquid orchid food every 2 wks, in a bright lite window, mild temperatures day and night, no direct sun, in side house. Thanks for suggestions, Mike in Gilroy California 1-26-2015

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  5. Wow, that's an eye candy!!

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  6. Where they came from so anyway?

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