Orchid Blooms as Eye Candies ๐Ÿ˜


Colour plate "Orchids" from German biologist Ernst Haeckel's Kunstformen der Natur

Colour plate “Orchids” from German biologist Ernst Haeckel’s Kunstformen der Natur with Oncidium schroederianum (O’Brien) Garay & Stacy, Odontoglossum ร— wattianum Rolfe, Phragmipedium ร— sedenii (Rchb.f.) Rolfe, Paphinia rugosa Rchb.f., Odontoglossum naevium Lindl., Cattleya ร— ballantiniana Rchb.f., Cattleya warscewiczii Rchb.f., Promenaea xanthina (Lindl.) Lindl., Psychopsis krameriana (Rchb.f.) H.G.Jones, Cattleya labiata Lindl., Cattleya mendelii Dombrain, Psychilis atropurpurea (Willd.) Sauleda, Oncidium loxense Lindl. / Cyrtochilum loxense (Lindl.) Kraenzl., Cyrtochilum ramosissimum (Lindl.) Dalstrรถm, Paphiopedilum insigne (Wall. ex Lindl.) Pfitzer ร— P. spicerianum (Rchb.f.) Pfitzer and Paphiopedilum argus (Rchb.f.) Stein.

Oncostele (Wilsonara) Eye Candy ‘Pinky’

Oncostele (Wilsonara) Eye Candy ‘Penny Candy’
Grown by Darryl Banks, 2nd Place at John Oxley District Orchid Society

Photo & Video Contributions

Those who are interested in contributing photos or videos of any orchid whose registered name is Eye Candy can upload them to the Queensland Orchid International Facebook Group.

Excellent or exceptional photos and videos uploaded to the group may be featured in the following Gallery of this post to provide exemplary visual documentations of any orchid whose registered name is Eye Candy.

Assorted Orchid Eye Candies
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19 thoughts on “Orchid Blooms as Eye Candies ๐Ÿ˜

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  1. This is unbelievable… I did not know that there are so many types of orchirds. They are stunning. Thank you so much for having such a dedicated blog just for Orchids and sharing all this…

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