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I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice". It does not say what category of
oncidium it is. I probably shouldn't have bought it since I've had
problems with oncidium not blooming before. I just couldn't resist
the small, bright yellow flowers with their burnt orange centers.

The only place I can put it is with my phals. It will get very
bright, filtered morning sun. The phals love it there. What are my
chances for the oncidium?

When should I repot it? There are long, very fine brown roots
sticking out of the holes in the pot. These roots appear to be dead.
The pot is about 3" and the plant is in bloom with many buds. I'd
like to put off repotting while it's in bloom if possible.

Help would be appreciated.

How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.

Thanks

Jane

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No offense Jane, but only 9 in a whole year? You're lagging WAY behind on
the true addiction.

Oncidium Pokie has four species in its background - forbesii, varicosum,
crispum, and marshallianum. As such, it can handle dappled light, but
should be grown on the cool side.

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I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice". It does not say what category of
oncidium it is. I probably shouldn't have bought it since I've had
problems with oncidium not blooming before. I just couldn't resist
the small, bright yellow flowers with their burnt orange centers.

The only place I can put it is with my phals. It will get very
bright, filtered morning sun. The phals love it there. What are my
chances for the oncidium?

When should I repot it? There are long, very fine brown roots
sticking out of the holes in the pot. These roots appear to be dead.
The pot is about 3" and the plant is in bloom with many buds. I'd
like to put off repotting while it's in bloom if possible.

Help would be appreciated.

How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.

Thanks

Jane



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On Jul 19, 1:34 pm, "Ray B" wrote:
No offense Jane, but only 9 in a whole year? You're lagging WAY behind on
the true addiction.

Oncidium Pokie has four species in its background - forbesii, varicosum,
crispum, and marshallianum. As such, it can handle dappled light, but
should be grown on the cool side.

--

Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids -www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!

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I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice". It does not say what category of
oncidium it is. I probably shouldn't have bought it since I've had
problems with oncidium not blooming before. I just couldn't resist
the small, bright yellow flowers with their burnt orange centers.


The only place I can put it is with my phals. It will get very
bright, filtered morning sun. The phals love it there. What are my
chances for the oncidium?


When should I repot it? There are long, very fine brown roots
sticking out of the holes in the pot. These roots appear to be dead.
The pot is about 3" and the plant is in bloom with many buds. I'd
like to put off repotting while it's in bloom if possible.


Help would be appreciated.


How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Thanks


Jane


Thanks.

My addiction is controlled by lack of space. My husband is grateful.
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Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".



Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag, that's
another story.)


How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a 400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time. Then
the 800 W combo light...

Steve
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On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".


Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag, that's
another story.)

How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a 400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time. Then
the 800 W combo light...

Steve


You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.

Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.

Picture of it he

http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg


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Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.

There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:

Oncidium Aloha Iwanaga
http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ha_Iwanaga.jpg

Oncidium (Java x Bijou)
http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...x%20Bijou).jpg

Oncidium Sweet Sugar
http://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
and
http://www.chadwickorchids.com/Shopp...weetsugar2.jpg

and the old classic Oncidium Gower Ramsay
http://www.merklesorchids.com/1Image...wer_ramsey.jpg

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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!


"Jane" wrote in message
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On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".


Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag, that's
another story.)

How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a 400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time. Then
the 800 W combo light...

Steve


You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.

Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.

Picture of it he

http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg



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On Jul 20, 11:21 am, "Ray B" wrote:
Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.

There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:

Oncidium Aloha Iwanagahttp://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_orchids/Oncidium_Aloha_Iwanaga.jpg

Oncidium (Java x Bijou)http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ava%20x%20Bijo...

Oncidium Sweet Sugarhttp://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
andhttp://www.chadwickorchids.com/ShoppingImages/onc_sweetsugar2.jpg

and the old classic Oncidium Gower Ramsayhttp://www.merklesorchids.com/1Images/8JPEGS/oncidium_gower_ramsey.jpg

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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!

"Jane" wrote in message

...

On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".


Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag, that's
another story.)


How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a 400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time. Then
the 800 W combo light...


Steve


You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.


Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.


Picture of it he


http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg


Damn - I hate it when that happens!

Well, seeing my photo - what strain of oncidium do you think they are?
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With all the potential plants, I'd recommend that you merely think of it as
a "NOID". There really is no way to know for sure.

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"Jane" wrote in message
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On Jul 20, 11:21 am, "Ray B" wrote:
Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.

There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will
get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:

Oncidium Aloha
Iwanagahttp://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_orchids/Oncidium_Aloha_Iwanaga.jpg

Oncidium (Java x
Bijou)http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ava%20x%20Bijo...

Oncidium Sweet
Sugarhttp://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
andhttp://www.chadwickorchids.com/ShoppingImages/onc_sweetsugar2.jpg

and the old classic Oncidium Gower
Ramsayhttp://www.merklesorchids.com/1Images/8JPEGS/oncidium_gower_ramsey.jpg

--

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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!

"Jane" wrote in message

...

On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".


Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to
a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag,
that's
another story.)


How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All
set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a
400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time.
Then
the 800 W combo light...


Steve


You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.


Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.


Picture of it he


http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg


Damn - I hate it when that happens!

Well, seeing my photo - what strain of oncidium do you think they are?



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On Jul 20, 1:33 pm, "Ray B" wrote:
With all the potential plants, I'd recommend that you merely think of it as
a "NOID". There really is no way to know for sure.

--

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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!

"Jane" wrote in message

...

On Jul 20, 11:21 am, "Ray B" wrote:
Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.


There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will
get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:


Oncidium Aloha
Iwanagahttp://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_orchids/Oncidium_Aloha_Iwanaga.jpg


Oncidium (Java x
Bijou)http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ava%20x%20Bijo...


Oncidium Sweet
Sugarhttp://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
andhttp://www.chadwickorchids.com/ShoppingImages/onc_sweetsugar2.jpg


and the old classic Oncidium Gower
Ramsayhttp://www.merklesorchids.com/1Images/8JPEGS/oncidium_gower_ramsey.jpg


--


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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!


"Jane" wrote in message


...


On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".


Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to
a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag,
that's
another story.)


How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.


Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All
set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a
400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time.
Then
the 800 W combo light...


Steve


You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.


Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.


Picture of it he


http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg


Damn - I hate it when that happens!


Well, seeing my photo - what strain of oncidium do you think they are?


In general can I treat it the way I do my phals? I water when the
plant is dry and I use orchid fertilizer every time.
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Jane wrote:
On Jul 20, 1:33 pm, "Ray B" wrote:
With all the potential plants, I'd recommend that you merely think of it as
a "NOID". There really is no way to know for sure.

--

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Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!

"Jane" wrote in message

...

On Jul 20, 11:21 am, "Ray B" wrote:
Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.
There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will
get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:
Oncidium Aloha
Iwanagahttp://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_orchids/Oncidium_Aloha_Iwanaga.jpg
Oncidium (Java x
Bijou)http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ava%20x%20Bijo...
Oncidium Sweet
Sugarhttp://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
andhttp://www.chadwickorchids.com/ShoppingImages/onc_sweetsugar2.jpg
and the old classic Oncidium Gower
Ramsayhttp://www.merklesorchids.com/1Images/8JPEGS/oncidium_gower_ramsey.jpg
--
Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids -www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!
"Jane" wrote in message
...
On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".
Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to
a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag,
that's
another story.)
How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.
Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All
set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a
400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time.
Then
the 800 W combo light...
Steve
You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.
Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.
Picture of it he
http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg
Damn - I hate it when that happens!
Well, seeing my photo - what strain of oncidium do you think they are?


In general can I treat it the way I do my phals? I water when the
plant is dry and I use orchid fertilizer every time.


You could probably do that and have a good chance of getting it to grow
and bloom. Ideally, compared to a Phal, an Oncidium would like a little
more light and would like to get a little dryer before you water again.
If you fertilize every time you would want to be sure and use a pretty
dilute fertilizer solution, like maybe 1/4 teaspoon per gallon,
depending on how strong the fertilizer starts out. You would also want
to flush out the pots with plain water once in a while. At least once a
month if your water has lots of minerals. Maybe less often if your water
is very pure.

Steve


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On Jul 20, 9:12 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
On Jul 20, 1:33 pm, "Ray B" wrote:
With all the potential plants, I'd recommend that you merely think of it as
a "NOID". There really is no way to know for sure.


--


Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids -www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!


"Jane" wrote in message


...


On Jul 20, 11:21 am, "Ray B" wrote:
Sorry, Jane. You're the one that lost the bet, I'm afraid.
There are SO many yellow oncidium hybrids, that it is unlikely you will
get
a valid ID from a photo. As examples:
Oncidium Aloha
Iwanagahttp://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_orchids/Oncidium_Aloha_Iwanaga.jpg
Oncidium (Java x
Bijou)http://www.firstrays.com/Pictures_or...ava%20x%20Bijo...
Oncidium Sweet
Sugarhttp://www.easyorchids.co.uk/shop/images/T/t_16434.jpg
andhttp://www.chadwickorchids.com/ShoppingImages/onc_sweetsugar2.jpg
and the old classic Oncidium Gower
Ramsayhttp://www.merklesorchids.com/1Images/8JPEGS/oncidium_gower_ramsey.jpg
--
Ray Barkalow - First Rays Orchids -www.firstrays.com
Plants, Supplies. Books, Artwork, and lots of Free Info!
"Jane" wrote in message
...
On Jul 19, 11:25 pm, Steve wrote:
Jane wrote:
I bought an oncidium. According to "Understanding Orchids", it's an
oncidium Pokie "Leuticke's Choice".
Hi Jane. Is "Understanding Orchids" a book? If I'm understanding you
correctly and you have identified your plant's name by matching it to
a
picture in a book, I would bet the farm that you have chosen the wrong
name. There may be a hundred other Oncidium crosses that match the
picture in the book equally well. (If your plant came with a tag,
that's
another story.)
How did I go from one orchid to nine in less than a year?? I guess
I'm hooked.
Yeah, probably.
You think now that your space is limited and you can't add very many
more. I used to think that. Then I made a nice shelf in my office that
fits a corner set of windows and I had room for several more. All
set...
for a while. Then I turned on a set of 8 fluorescent tubes in the
basement. All the room I would ever need... until I needed to add a
400
W Metal Halide bulb and some more fluorescents. 12 tubes this time.
Then
the 800 W combo light...
Steve
You loose. I'll tell you where to send the farm.
Yes, "Understanding Orchids" is a book. There is a full color photo
of the exact oncidium that I have. That's how I found the name.
Picture of it he
http://home.comcast.net/~jbcamel/oncidium.jpg
Damn - I hate it when that happens!
Well, seeing my photo - what strain of oncidium do you think they are?


In general can I treat it the way I do my phals? I water when the
plant is dry and I use orchid fertilizer every time.


You could probably do that and have a good chance of getting it to grow
and bloom. Ideally, compared to a Phal, an Oncidium would like a little
more light and would like to get a little dryer before you water again.
If you fertilize every time you would want to be sure and use a pretty
dilute fertilizer solution, like maybe 1/4 teaspoon per gallon,
depending on how strong the fertilizer starts out. You would also want
to flush out the pots with plain water once in a while. At least once a
month if your water has lots of minerals. Maybe less often if your water
is very pure.

Steve


Have to admit I don't flush out the pots. I've read this before. I
do change the potting mixture every time they finish blooming and they
seem to thrive so maybe that does the trick.

The fertilizer I use calls for 1/4 tspn per gallon. At that rate the
bottle I bought will last about 100 years.
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