Sunday, February 15, 2015

Pictures From: The Greater Orlando Orchid Society's Show & Sale. Part 2

Continuing on....Part 2. If you missed it and want to check it out, click for Part 1 of the GOOS Show & Sale pictures.

Trichopilia suavis


Psychopsis side shot
Dendrobium speciosum
D. speciosum flower close up
An alba color form Psychopsis
Some Paphiopedilum hybrids 
Tons of Oncidium intergenetic hybrids
So much Dendobium kingianum
Love me a gigantic Myrmecophila 
Vanda Kultana Gold x Ascda. Thai Spot

Beautiful NoID Cymbidium hybrid just opening up it's flowers
Lc. Log Cabin....So, uhhhh yeah? That's what you're naming this orchid? ok...

Epidendrum Rene Marques

Cattleya hybrid
Some more giant floofy Cattleya hybrids
Dendrobium Oriental Smile 'Butterfly'
Cattleya hybrid
Vanda Two Tone 'Paresian'
Phragmepedium hybrid
Phrag. Vampire Slayer
Art Shade Phalaenopsis hybrid. I do like these, they look so genetically messed up to me.
Rhynchostylis gigantea (Spots? Tag hard to read)
Rhynchostylis digbyana
Cymbidium Dame Catherine 'Spring Day' just opening
Paph. spicerianum

Rhynchostylis gigantea (white flower form)...You guys sick of these yet? Too bad, I'm not.
Rhynchostylis gigantea 'Beauty Paints'
Ascda. Princess Mikasa "Blue"
Dendrobium Green Flash
Lc. Mount Anderson "Pink Dust"
For those of you who liked this mini Phal from Part 1.... found a picture with the name in it! Might have to hunt this one down and buy it. I don't remember seeing any for sale at the show.

Phal. Mem. Liu Jin Chyuan '#3'
Phal. Mem. Liu Jin Chyuan '#3'

Hope you enjoyed the pictures. I've got a lot of Orchid Shows in the area I plan on going to this year so if you love orchids or absolutely hate orchids and do or don't want to see more, comment below and let me know about it!


  1. Wonderful photographs Melody. A treat for fans. Thanks for sharing them. Hugs

    1. Thanks Angel, glad you enjoyed them!

  2. Great pics! Very cool. I'm getting into orchids and this post got me even more interested. I'll be keeping an eye out for some of those varieties.

    1. Thanks Rich! There are just too many interesting species and hybrids. Get to an orchid show in person if you can, much better in person.