Sunday, November 28, 2010

Oncidium Orchid

My orchid plant has blossomed into beautiful flowers.

The Oncidium Orchid is often referred to as a spray orchid due to its slender laterals with sweeping petals. The Orchid is a durable and fragrant tropical flower. This intense yellow Orchid would add an exotic beauty to any wedding bouquet, table centerpiece or flower arrangement.
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15 comments:

Small Kucing said...

dancing ladies :D

Denise said...

Your Oncidium Orchid is spectacular. A lovely photo and I thank you for sharing.

Lui said...

Yes, I remember those were called 'Dancing Ladies' and my friend has those in her garden!

chubskulit said...

That's gorgeous!

My Flowers for today

eileeninmd said...

Your orchids are lovely. Lucky you to have these beauties growing in yoru yard.

lina@women's perspectives said...

Lovely dancing ladies...
We also have it here :)

Randi said...

Your orchid is stunning! I have never seen this before. I love orchids

Gunilla said...

So fantastic flowers of that orchide.
Beautiful color.
Thanks for sharing

Gunilla in Sweden

Melissa B. said...

A beautiful capture! I wish something was blooming in my neighborhood...

LC said...

I've always enjoyed this cultivar of orchid... very lovely photo! L

Luna Miranda said...

oh we have the same flower today! thanks for the name--it's popularly known here as Dancing Ladies.:p

Arija said...

What a lovely Oncidium! These little dancing ladies are just so cute.

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Kay L. Davies said...

I didn't know they were called Dancing Ladies until I read the comments above, but I certainly can understand. They're adorable, as well as beautiful. How wonderful for you to have your plant blossom into these lovelies.
Thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting. I accidentally posted a second Camera Critters for this week, and didn't know it until your comment arrived. It wasn't linked to Camera Critters, so I've just deleted the CC badge and the "click here" and left the Barbary macaque as an independent posting.
I guess these things happen to bloggers from time to time. Thanks for alerting me. LOL
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Míriam Luiza said...

Lindas orquídeas! Parece que elas estão olhando pra gente! Parabéns pelas fotos!

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