Pin On Oncidium

Pin By Lauren Linden On Oncidium Spp And Hybrid

Pin By Lauren Linden On Oncidium Spp And Hybrid

Oncidium flexuosum, otherwise known as the dancing doll orchid or the bent oncidium, is a small to medium sized oncidium orchid species native to brazil, argentina, uruguay, and paraguay. the plants grow up to 30 cm in height with narrowly ovoid pseudobulbs and narrowly oblong ligulate, shiny, and pointed leaves that are 10 cm to 23 cm long. Oncidium cheirophorum a miniature, fragrant flowered orchid from el salvador to panama and colombia, this species has a cluster of ovoid and compressed pseudobulbs together with solitary leaves at the apex. the flowers produced are of bright yellow, slender and 2cm in diameter with its petals spreading. apart from its cheery appearance, it gives off a pleasant and strong fragrance. the. Mar 24, 2016 oncidium orchids, as well as their intergenerics, complex hybrids which include, miltonia, miltassia, brassia and so on, have a unique growth patttern. Oncidium flexuosum. some species of oncidium are easier to grow than others. we really like the sharry baby, which is sometimes called the “chocolate orchid” due to its scent. this species is widely available and is great for beginners. we also recommend oncidium flexuosum, which requires less watering and fertilizer than most other species. The most common oncidium grow well under normal indoor conditions. they have large pseudobulbs (a bulbous thickened area of the stem) that come up from a mass of thin white roots. the large leaves can get up to 2 feet long and emerge from the pseudobulbs. the oncidium flowers in fall.

Pin On Oncidium Odontoglossum Cambria Colmanara

Pin On Oncidium Odontoglossum Cambria Colmanara

Oncidium florida gold 'merkel' am aos. photo by . species orchids. on . flickr · complied from a stack of 14 frames using a nikon d800, 180mm macro lens and nikon. Feb 12, 2015 this pin was discovered by pathsorn choeyklintes. discover (and save!) your own pins on pinterest. Oncidium jairak fragrance 'pi pavk' is a hybrid oncidium from the house of jairak orchids. produces flowers having a sweet fragrance, pretty easy to grow plants, they have an abundance of pink red flowers on branching spikes and, as an added bonus, the flowers are fragrant.

Pin By Lauren Anderson On Oncidium Spp And Hybrid

Pin By Lauren Anderson On Oncidium Spp And Hybrid

How To Divide An Oncidium Or Intergeneric?

here is my way of dividing an oncidium or intergeneric. enjoy! see what orchid lovers want to know bit.ly 1byjuw1 how to care for specific orchids in today's video, we look at some black marks on my oncidium twinkle leaves and try to solve this issue that's developed over the last year on my oncidium orchids are, in my oppinon, the easiest orchids to grow and bloom. however there are cases in which reblooming this orchid can be tricky. but i think today's video is sponsored by repotme! they provided some of the pots, clips, stakes and the fertilizer i used for the orchids in this video. check them out here sick orchids can be saved if they still have some energy stored, but for this energy to be put to good use, we need to take a few necessary steps. if sometimes not the last repotting video of 2021. really. lol. thanks to nicole deana and patrick growing orchids in idaho for their excellent oncidium videos that helped repotting my no id oncidium. i've had this orchid for 5 years. love her! needs a little tlc and clean up as her new bulb is climbing a little bit. looking forward to oncidium orchids are easy orchids to keep, but the main problem they can give you is looking rather sad without any particular reason. the main reason they today we will finally talk about oncidiums! it feels like it has been forever since i filmed any flowers :p ▽▽▽more info bellow!▽▽▽ my orchid collection has today we take a look at the oncidiums i got last year, which were not the best looking things. results are very promising! more info below! if you missed my oncidium orchids, as well as their intergenerics, complex hybrids which include, miltonia, miltassia, brassia and so on, have a unique growth patttern. if you are today we take a look at the 10 oncidium orchids which were sick and we repotted in one go! more info below! if you missed the repotting video on these

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