Discussion in 'Orchid Events' started by NYEric, Apr 12, 2019.
I took a bunch more photos but only a few won't hurt your eyes!
Looks like it was a great event!!
What orchid followed you home, Eric?
Gorgeous photos! What an impressive array of mouthwatering plants!
Why did I kind of harbour the exact same thought, Eric?! Except I would have taken my recourse to the plural form of the noun!!
Most kind regards from your european confrere,
EU NYEC sib
nice displays. thanks
looks like you were there during judging... shame we didn't connect maybe next year... i was clerking for the commercial slipper classes...
Hmmm, A Phrag Susan Kulhavi in bloom, a flask of Phrag Augres x Castle Rock Creek (flavum), and a Phrag andreetae from Woodstream, a Pk hybid, and another compot of Paph. villosum album from Piping Rock, a bright Orange Epi. from Cal-Orchids, a Goodyera hispida, a Paph vietnamense x Susan Booth from Ten Shin, and some supplies from Kelly's Korner.
BIll also had a flask of St. Ouen flavum that he hadn't even labelled yet... he said he wasn't releasing very many... (grabbed that one)
Was the vietnamense x Susan Booth in flower?
sounds like a fun cross - interesting Delrosi type variant (In Charm Cotton Candy) can't find many pictures on line there was one posted on here back in 2012
I have a few St. Ouen flavums but now I know who to ask. The viet x Susan Booth was not in flower but Ten Shin had a photo of the first to bloom, and I like those types of crosses.
BTW, it wasn't a Pk cross from Piping Rock it is Quaisne, a dalessandro cross like an improved Don Wimber!
I wish I could have been there to give you some
competition. The Phrags sound wonderful and
I thought for some reason that show was this weekend. I had to work last weekend and was stuck there most of Saturday and long on Sunday
Did you get any corybas?
I'll be sure to keep track of where i put all the dead ones in my mulch pile... ;-) i've learned enough to not count my chickens.... if you get my drift
Ooi Leung Sun was not there, Marlow's was selling some of their stock, I didn't see any corybas. I picked up a couple of ponerorchis graminifolia from Ten Shin for my terrestrial fix!
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