Odontioda Bradshawe

Bradshawe051217.JPGI acquired this Odontioda Bradshawe from Bob Hamilton on my visit to his greenhouse on May 7, 2015.  It has an unusual orange-over-white color, on a two-foot spike with fourteen flowers, eight still in bud.  It has three pseudobulbs, and is the front division of a much larger plant.  I took it home “bare root”, and planted it into my bark mix.

I am happy to have this one.  It is the second “orange” that I was given by Bob, and this color really fits into my collection.

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