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									                             The Cape and Islands Orchid Society
                                   Newsletter - October 2010
                   Next meeting:     Sunday October 17, 2010 at 1:00 PM at
           the ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF THE BARNSTABLE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
         1220 Nathan Ellis Hwy, (Rt. 151) East Falmouth MA 02536(White fences on North side of Hwy.)




                GIANT ORCHID AUCTION
        Legendary Auctioneer TODD DRUMMEY will lead our big fund-raising effort for the
year.
         The Orchid Auction is a lot of fun and is a chance for members, guests and the public to receive new
plants. A wide variety of plants has been received and more come in every day to Todd. Donations from
members are welcome, so, comb through your plants and select duplicates, backbulbs and even some that you
just can‟t bloom and call Todd (508) 457-0669 days or 548-2344 or Tom Gregg at 508 540-2054 for numbers
and bring them to the auction with numbers on. Artwork and Orchid-related items and supplies are also
welcome at the Auction. Refreshments, friends, NO Show & Tell or Raffle.
       Come one, come all, tell your friends to come and bid-bid-bid, its for a good cause. CALL TODD
WITH LISTS, get numbers, put them on your plants and bring to the Auction early. Remember --
MEMBERS A--L – please bring some carbs for orchid buyers please. Nametags! Remember ---- at 1:00
PM. Note that it is the THIRD Sunday in October. Plant list to date in this newsletter, final Plant list at the
Auction.

         President Gail sez: “The time has come once again to begin growing orchids, to fill in your already
existing collection or just to satisfy your curiosity. The Cape and Islands Orchid Society‟s annual auction offers
you just such an opportunity on Sunday, October 17 at 1:00 P.M. at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds
Administration Building on Route 151 in East Falmouth, MA.
         Come early to look over the large variety of plants ranging from beginner to those requiring more
experience. By coming early, you will be able to ask questions, to make notes, to have some refreshments and
to talk with others. Society members will be present and willing to answer questions, help with selections and
give helpful growing hints.
         There will be a great range of orchids donated by members and by vendors who are experts in their
fields, vendors who take part in our January show. We‟ll have cattleyas fit for a royal ball, phalaenopsis (moth
orchids), paphiopedilums (lady slipper orchids) and others. There will be gift certificates, orchid supplies, and
framed botanical prints of orchids, 14in. wide x 18 in. long, in gold frames, matted, with glass. New additions
arrive until the last minute.
         There will be hundreds of plants to choose from. Remember- at an auction there is a very good chance
of picking up quality plants at a good price. When the bidding goes up, it‟s usually by a seasoned grower for a
rare plant, but the prices are still good. It‟s easier than going to the Florida swamps or Peru!”
       When Last We Met: Cordelia Head proved that beautiful orchids come small. Her close-up images
were oh-so-pretty and one can see why J & L Orchids has won so many AOS Show trophies at our and other
shows. Members bought many of the miniatures she had and learned about humidity needed for pleurothallids
and daily watering for mounted plants. A well attended(50) meeting with good food, friends and a happy start of
the 2010-11 CAIOTic year.
        Show Table
         Jack Martinelli: Brassidium Gilded Urchin „Ontario‟, Miltassia Shelob „Tolkien‟, Oncid. Sharry Baby,
               an unknown Phal., Brsdm. Golden Gamine „White Knight,‟ and Oncidium(Psychopsis)
               Mendenhall „Hildos‟.
         Jo Mayzel:     Phalaenopsis Angel Face and Bulbophyllum Wilma‟s Galaxy Star.
         Dick Phillips: Oncidium maculatum, Dendrobium “Blush”(Home Depot- most impressive many
               spikes), Rossioglossum grande, Psychopsis papilio and Oncidium Jinbao Gold “Tainan‟(Huge
               yellow “dancing girls”).
         Marsha Fredericks: Oncidium Gold Dust (A Twinkle X cheirophorum cross) in happy spike - she was
               soooo happy!
         Ron Stewart: Ascocenda Angel Gold X Vanda Rasri Gold- intense dark yellow-orange.
         Tom Gregg: Oncid LOLA, a shower of white brown, Potinara Kat Green Power „Big Green‟, Blc. Mem.
               Vida Lee „Limelight‟, Rynchotonia Pacific Paranoia „This Side of Cool‟, Catt. „Celia‟(old line
               white), Brassidium Golden Gamine „White Knight‟, Potinara Golden Camilla X Blc. George King
               „Serendipity‟, Colmanara Wildcat „Ocelot‟ and „Blood Ruby‟ Aliceara Pacific Nova „Butter Buds‟,
               and Blc. Cornerstone „Orchis‟

         American Orchid Society Judging is held Monthly, on first Saturdays at the TOWER HILL BOTANICAL GARDEN,
BOYLSTON, MASS, NEAR WORCESTER. Come at 10:15 AM for presentations. Enjoy Noon lunch by brown bag or good deli
sandwich from nearby farm stand or cafeteria at Tower Hill. In the afternoon,see/join AOS judging. See the beautiful arboretum
grounds, gorgeous views & lovely greenhouse and store also. You learn a lot by listening + seeing quality plants critiqued by judges.-
- Rt 495N to Rt 290W, off at Center/Churchill St, go L or North, nearly to end, Tower Hill on Rt, Free Admission for Orchid Judging
attendees, tell the guard. (11 French Drive, Boylston, MA 01505 - 508 869-6111)

         The Massachusetts Orchid Society Show is coming to Tower Hill –theme = “Trident's Treasures" -
Show & Sale in memory of Dr. Wilford Neptune -- Set up is on Thurs. Nov 4, Judging on Fri Nov. 5 – Open to public Fri 1-5 pm and
Sat & Sun Nov 6,7 -- 10 to 5. Somehow CAIOS will go with the usual fearless leaders but welcomes help to set up and/or teardown.
Call Gail, Tina or Tom for details, carpools. Less than 2 hours away! Lots of vendors! Cafeteria!

         New proposed Rules Revision 9-27-2010 (Treasurer Jack Martinelli)
1. The CAIOS Membership fiscal year shall be Feb 1 through Jan 31 of the following year,
enabling new members recruited at the Jan Orchid Show to enjoy 12 months of membership.
Current members who fail to renew by June 1 shall be considered to have dropped.
After May 31, new members shall pay $10.00, until October 31, for the current membership year,
ending January 31. Beginning November 1, new and current members shall pay $20.00 for standing
through the following membership year.
Requests for unusual membership periods may be directed to any officer, esp. the Membership Chairperson.
CAIOS folk:
President:          Gail Barrnett                 508 477-1394  gailbarrnett@aol.com
Vice-Prexy:         Tom Gregg                     508 540-2054  tf.gregg@verizon.net
Director:           Tina Balog                    508 540-5006  tina@plaid.whoi.edu
Director:           Nimtuk                        508 888-4087  webmaster@caios.org
Treasurer &)        Jack Martinelli               781 934-0964  jemartin@gis.net
Membership):                  7 Samoset Ave., Duxbury, MA 02332
Newsletter Ed:      Tom Gregg                     508 540-2054  tf.gregg@verizon.net
Web Master:        Nimtuk                        508 888-4087  www.CAIOS.org
Secretary:          Cathy Fewore                  508 540-2600
Publicity:          Gail Again                    508 477-1394  gailbarrnett@aol.com
Library, rafflemeister: Marty Tulloch (the Great) 508 563-2327  martin.tulloch@verizon.net
Show Chair perpetualis Tina Balog                 508 540-5006   tina@plaid.whoi.edu
Correspondence+:  Tom Gregg, 26 Pond Rd. Falmouth, MA 02540 

NOTE THE TIME, ONE PM!!!!!!!!!!!!!              Come early and see what you want to bid on
Motto: Orchids Grow WILD After CAIOS Bids at Auction

THE AUCTION LIST as of Oct. 7 Numbers May be missing or duplicated, some confusion is the norm. (Ed.)
Todd Drummey:
1.     Dendrobium phalaenopsis compactum in spike
2.     Dend. moniliforme                      a starry white mini with green throat
3.     Brassavola nodosa X Brassolaelia Richard Mueller „Orchidheights‟ in bloom, pink-bronze with mauve lip spots
4.,5.  Vuylstekeara Fall in Love „Lovely Lady‟ X2 mauve with deep purple lip marks

Tropical Orchid Farm:
6.      Dend. abberans                         very long lived white flowers on compact plant
7.      Coryanthes picturata complex spotted pink mottled bucket with huge yellow column, pendant spikes, grow in
                porous basket in redwood fiber
8.      Neomorrea wallisii „Westcat‟           Orange flower fading centrally to white, yellow dagger lip
9.      Trichopilia hennisiana
10.     Stanhopea wardii „Ten Flowers‟ -       basket culture for pendant spikes
11.     Cattleya jenmanii var coerulea         see picture

Piping Rock Orchids:
12.     Paphiopedilum Hsinying Cheleo          intense shiny purple-red with some green in petals in spike!
13.     Liparis swensonii „Duagog Champion‟ Australian botanical, green flowers
14.     Miltonia Maui Volcano „PR-3‟
15.     Coelogyne nitida                      white with yellow crest, cool, bright and fairly moist grower
16.     Paph. World Leader „Tito‟ X P. World Exile „Superb‟ big flowered in white, tawny and red-purple spots
17.     Bulbophyllum levanae                  big brown and yellow centered
18.     Paph. purpuratum                      in spike purple with dramatic striped white dorsal
19.     Paph Maudiae „Los Osos‟ X P. Cyberspace „Netscape‟ Green stripes X deep red striped Maudiae type

The orchidPhile:
20.    Brassia King Kong „Migration‟ X B. Spider‟s Gold „Jordan‟ long sepalled yellow-green
21.    Phal lueddemanniana var. purpures „OrchidPhile‟ intense color likely
22.    Phal bastianii „Mulligan‟
23.    Polystachya pubescens                 red striped yellow upside down flowers, African epiphyte, warm, moist
                                             then a dry season
24,    Doritis pulcherrima var alba

Kelley‟s Korner Orchid Supplies
25.      A gift basket with Potting Mix, Fertilizer, Sticky Stakes, Botaniwipes, Pots etc.

Kalapana Tropicals all in spike!
26.      Odontocidium Wildcat „Chadwick‟, AM/AOS
27.      Dend. Norma Jackson „Firecracker‟ -- red!
28. 29 Vuyl Fall in Love „Mark‟s Passion‟ X 2 -- see #s 4,5 above
30. 31 Dend. Emma White X D. Burana White X 2 -- large white cross
32.      Degarmoara Memoria Jay Yamada „Kauai‟ -- lavender spiders
33.34 Dend. Burana Glory X 2
35.      Beallara Capitola Sunrise „Pacific Starlite‟ -- large flowers, violet on lighter stars
36. 37. 38. Colmanara Jungle Monarch „Everglades‟ X 3 -- Yellow, brown, purple and white!
39. 40. 41. Dend. Ooh‟s Blue X 3--        twisty spidery blueish mauve and lighter

Jack Martinelli
51.    Dend kingianum
52.    D. X delicatum --                 natural hybrid of kingianum and speciosum cool, high light and moist
53.    A-gnother D. kingianum
54.    LOLAbel oncidiummy thing –        take a chance!
55.    LOLAgain, -- prob a Brassia       hybrid good healthy plant
56.    Oncidium “dancing lady”           probably Gower Ramsey by its looks
57.    See 54
58.      Miltassia Shelob „Tolkein‟, AM/AOS Tawny & lavender stars
59. 60. 61 THREE LOLAs                  of the Onciium persuasion

Peter Smith:
62.     Laelia anceps „Guerrero‟ –      choice clone + hanger
63.     Laelia rubescens X Bc. Daffodil in spike

Gail Barrnett:
64.     Blooming Impatiens              wrapped around a mystery Cattleya
65.     Blc. Ivan Sng X Lc. Varut Startrack „Vipaporn‟ -- intensely light mauve
66.     Unknowianum Cattleya –          mini, in sheath
67.     Lc. Drumbeat „Heritage‟         according to Gail. --If so „tis one of the best dark lavenders
68.     Odontocidium ( Colmanara) Catante „Pacific Sun Spots‟-- large spikes of orange flowers

Tom Gregg:
69.   Colm. Sphacetante „Evelyn‟ X Odontoida Flaming Planet „Marg‟ --large plant, red fls
70.   Schomburgkia Wellesley –        Spectacular 3+ foot spike of finely purple striped pale lavender flowers
71.   Dendrobium --                   (a Trader Joe‟s unlabeled), in modest spike though!
72.   Odcdm Cherry Fudge              backbulb, growing well, brown, red lip
73.   Odcdm. Elke Stolze --            has bloomed, nice dark pink fls.
74.   Blc. Husky Boy „Romeo‟, HCC/AOS == a very good yellow with intense red dot on lip tip
75.   LOLAYELLOWCATT ==               just bloomed
76.   Blc. Time-Life X Lc. Lisa Irene „Melinda‟ good dark lav. yellow in throat
77.   Osmoglossum pulchellum --       rather like a lily of the valley, once known as Odontoglossum.
78.   Dend. xdelicatum                familiar friend, grow cool, bright and water often + feed- white fls.
79.   Banfieldara(Ada X Brassia X Odontoglossum) Gilded Tower „Thai Gold‟ Boldly yellow-brown Spiders
80.   Maxillaria picta                species with spotted cream flowers and a dreamy scent
81.   Laelia hybrid                   of unknown name, IN BUD, beautiful pink-lavender clusters
82.   Paph. LOLA                      ? gamble on goodness
83.   LoLa Oncid                               “
84.   Colmanara Sphacetante „Evelyn‟ X Oda. Firecracker red, in spike!
85.   Odcdm. Cherry Fudge             Big husky plant, division from Vic DeRosa, tall spikes of brown, red lip
86.   Colm. Wildcat X Bobcat          Has bloomed
87.   Brassidium Golden Gamine „White Knight‟            IN BLOOM
88.   Miltonia Cast Moon „Dark Cloud‟                    In Bloom

Peter Smith
89.     Healthy MiniCatt of              questionable parentage

Tom G cont‟d
90.   Wilsonara Golden Afternoon „Rich Yellow‟       healthy sprouted backbulb – strongly yellow, bold brown bars
91.   A Cattleya mystery            dark purple lip, white, deeply splashed petals
92.   Onc. Cherry Fudge             see #72

Gail Barrnett Orchid Supplies +      late additions:
93.     FOUR Cymbidiums, One Orchid Cactus, One Colmanara Catante „Solar Flare‟
94.     Lc Drumbeat „Heritage‟       see #67
95.     Phragmipedium Sorcerer‟s Apprentice - Famous Yellow-brown Phrag.
96.     2 -Bright red, cheery        11 gallon plastic, flexible, loveable, 2 handled orchid media trugs (Buckets)
97.     Charcoal in bag              Mix with fine bark for oncids
98.     2 good work/plant lites      with pulleys, I think
99.     Bag #3 Sponge Rock (Perlite) mix with Charcoal and bark

        Dick Phillips:                   Amount           retail value
119.   Charcoal, fine                  1.8 cu ft       $26
120.   Charcoal, medium                1.8 cu ft       $26
121.   Charcoal, large                 1.8 cu ft       $26
122.   Perlite                         4 cu ft         $16
123.   Lava rock                       45 liters       $29
124.   Diatomaceous Earth, medium      1/4 cu ft       $10
125.   Humidity Tray                   15 each         $16

Estelle Blake:
126.    Dend Oriental Smile „Fantasy‟ AM/AOS yellow red markings
127.    Zygopetalum Artur Elle X Z. Skippy Ku ‟Rein Blue‟
128.    Dend Thongchai Gold‟ Kanokporn‟ Kinky name! gold,red lip
129.    D. Sweet Pinky „Love‟
130.    D. Purple Ace
131.    Oncidinaeeous object
132.    LOLA “
133.    Dendrobinaceous thing
134.    see #132
135.    Zygo. Artur Elle X Aganisia cyanea
136.    Cattleya innominata(=no name)
137.    Ocdcm (Colm.) Catante „Pacific Sun Spots‟ see #68

Monika Wildman:
138.    Dend. xdelicatum               Must be good, there are so many of them
139.a,b Two Bc. Maikai „Mayumi‟        Pink, can grow to specimen plants
140.    Odontioda Charlesworthii „Mishima‟ Red stars
141.    Miltassia(Miltonia X Brassia) Charles Marden Fitch large lavender and mauve marked stars
142.    Dend. Sea Mary „Snowking‟      White
143.    LOLA ?????????
144.    Oncid. Sharry Baby             Fragrant
145.    Slc. Red Jewel                 Intense red, miniCatt.
146.    Wilsonara Tigersette „Wild Court‟      good multicolor Od/Onc alliance -- pict at Auction
147.a,b TWO Ludisia discolors          Foliage orchid with very dark green leaves veined in pale geen, bronzy-
                                       purple underside of foliage, spires of small white flowers
AGAIN: 1 PM!
Mark this copy and bring to meeting, but=there will be
                                       MORE TO COME               !

Todd Drummey:
1.     Dendrobium phalaenopsis compactum in spike
2.     Dend. moniliforme                      a starry white mini with green throat
3.     Brassavola nodosa X Brassolaelia Richard Mueller „Orchidheights‟ in bloom, pink-bronze with mauve lip spots
4.,5.  Vuylstekeara Fall in Love „Lovely Lady‟ X2 mauve with deep purple lip marks

Tropical Orchid Farm:
6.      Dend. abberans                         very long lived white flowers on compact plant
7.      Coryanthes picturata complex spotted pink mottled bucket with huge yellow column, pendant spikes, grow in
                porous basket in redwood fiber
8.      Neomorrea wallisii „Westcat‟           Orange flower fading centrally to white, yellow dagger lip
9.      Trichopilia hennisiana
10.     Stanhopea wardii „Ten Flowers‟ -       basket culture for pendant spikes
11.     Cattleya jenmanii var coerulea         see picture
Piping Rock Orchids:
12.     Paphiopedilum Hsinying Cheleo          intense shiny purple-red with some green in petals in spike!
13.     Liparis swensonii „Duagog Champion‟ Australian botanical, green flowers
14.     Miltonia Maui Volcano „PR-3‟
15.     Coelogyne nitida                      white with yellow crest, cool, bright and fairly moist grower
16.     Paph. World Leader „Tito‟ X P. World Exile „Superb‟ big flowered in white, tawny and red-purple spots
17.     Bulbophyllum levanae                  big brown and yellow centered
18.     Paph. purpuratum                      in spike purple with dramatic striped white dorsal
19.     Paph Maudiae „Los Osos‟ X P. Cyberspace „Netscape‟ Green stripes X deep red striped Maudiae type

The orchidPhile:
20.    Brassia King Kong „Migration‟ X B. Spider‟s Gold „Jordan‟ long sepalled yellow-green
21.    Phal lueddemanniana var. purpures „OrchidPhile‟ intense color likely
22.    Phal bastianii „Mulligan‟
23.    Polystachya pubescens                 red striped yellow upside down flowers, African epiphyte, warm, moist
                                             then a dry season
24,    Doritis pulcherrima var alba

Kelley‟s Korner Orchid Supplies
25.      A gift basket with Potting Mix, Fertilizer, Sticky Stakes, Botaniwipes, Pots etc.

Kalapana Tropicals all in spike!
26.      Odontocidium Wildcat „Chadwick‟, AM/AOS
27.      Dend. Norma Jackson „Firecracker‟ -- red!
28. 29 Vuyl Fall in Love „Mark‟s Passion‟ X 2 -- see #s 4,5 above
30. 31 Dend. Emma White X D. Burana White X 2 -- large white cross
32.      Degarmoara Memoria Jay Yamada „Kauai‟ -- lavender spiders
33.34 Dend. Burana Glory X 2
35.      Beallara Capitola Sunrise „Pacific Starlite‟ -- large flowers, violet on lighter stars
36. 37. 38. Colmanara Jungle Monarch „Everglades‟ X 3 -- Yellow, brown, purple and white!
39. 40. 41. Dend. Ooh‟s Blue X 3--        twisty spidery blueish mauve and lighter

Jack Martinelli
51.      Dend kingianum
52.      D. X delicatum --              natural hybrid of kingianum and speciosum cool, high light and moist
53.      A-gnother D. kingianum
54.      LOLAbel oncidiummy thing – take a chance!
55.      LOLAgain, -- prob a Brassia    hybrid good healthy plant
56.      Oncidium “dancing lady”        probably Gower Ramsey by its looks
57.      See 54
58.      Miltassia Shelob „Tolkein‟, AM/AOS Tawny & lavender stars
59. 60. 61 THREE LOLAs                  of the Onciium persuasion

Peter Smith:
62.     Laelia anceps „Guerrero‟ –      choice clone + hanger
63.     Laelia rubescens X Bc. Daffodil in spike

Gail Barrnett:
64.     Blooming Impatiens              wrapped around a mystery Cattleya
65.     Blc. Ivan Sng X Lc. Varut Startrack „Vipaporn‟ -- intensely light mauve
66.     Unknowianum Cattleya –          mini, in sheath
67.     Lc. Drumbeat „Heritage‟         according to Gail. --If so „tis one of the best dark lavenders
68.     Odontocidium ( Colmanara) Catante „Pacific Sun Spots‟-- large spikes of orange flowers
Tom Gregg:
69.   Colm. Sphacetante „Evelyn‟ X Odontoida Flaming Planet „Marg‟ --large plant, red fls
70.   Schomburgkia Wellesley –        Spectacular 3+ foot spike of finely purple striped pale lavender flowers
71.   Dendrobium --                   (a Trader Joe‟s unlabeled), in modest spike though!
72.   Odcdm Cherry Fudge              backbulb, growing well, brown, red lip
73.   Odcdm. Elke Stolze --            has bloomed, nice dark pink fls.
74.   Blc. Husky Boy „Romeo‟, HCC/AOS == a very good yellow with intense red dot on lip tip
75.   LOLAYELLOWCATT ==               just bloomed
76.   Blc. Time-Life X Lc. Lisa Irene „Melinda‟ good dark lav. yellow in throat
77.   Osmoglossum pulchellum --       rather like a lily of the valley, once known as Odontoglossum.
78.   Dend. xdelicatum                familiar friend, grow cool, bright and water often + feed- white fls.
79.   Banfieldara(Ada X Brassia X Odontoglossum) Gilded Tower „Thai Gold‟ Boldly yellow-brown Spiders
80.   Maxillaria picta                species with spotted cream flowers and a dreamy scent
81.   Laelia hybrid                   of unknown name, IN BUD, beautiful pink-lavender clusters
82.   Paph. LOLA                      ? gamble on goodness
83.   LoLa Oncid                               “
84.   Colmanara Sphacetante „Evelyn‟ X Oda. Firecracker red, in spike!
85.   Odcdm. Cherry Fudge             Big husky plant, division from Vic DeRosa, tall spikes of brown, red lip
86.   Colm. Wildcat X Bobcat          Has bloomed
87.   Brassidium Golden Gamine „White Knight‟            IN BLOOM
88.   Miltonia Cast Moon „Dark Cloud‟                    In Bloom

Peter Smith
89.     Healthy MiniCatt of            questionable parentage

Tom G cont‟d
90.   Wilsonara Golden Afternoon „Rich Yellow‟       healthy sprouted backbulb – strongly yellow, bold brown bars
91.   A Cattleya mystery            dark purple lip, white, deeply splashed petals
92.   Onc. Cherry Fudge             see #72

Gail Barrnett Orchid Supplies +      late additions:
93.     FOUR Cymbidiums, One Orchid Cactus, One Colmanara Catante „Solar Flare‟
94.     Lc Drumbeat „Heritage‟       see #67
95.     Phragmipedium Sorcerer‟s Apprentice - Famous Yellow-brown Phrag.
96.     2 -Bright red, cheery        11 gallon plastic, flexible, loveable, 2 handled orchid media trugs (Buckets)
97.     Charcoal in bag              Mix with fine bark for oncids
98.     2 good work/plant lites      with pulleys, I think
99.     Bag #3 Sponge Rock (Perlite) mix with Charcoal and bark

       Dick Phillips:                  Amount          retail value

119.   Charcoal, fine                  1.8 cu ft       $26
120.   Charcoal, medium                1.8 cu ft       $26
121.   Charcoal, large                 1.8 cu ft       $26
122.   Perlite                         4 cu ft         $16
123.   Lava rock                       45 liters       $29
124.   Diatomaceous Earth, medium      1/4 cu ft       $10
125.   Humidity Tray                   15 each         $16

Estelle Blake:
126.    Dend Oriental Smile „Fantasy‟ AM/AOS yellow red markings
127.    Zygopetalum Artur Elle X Z. Skippy Ku ‟Rein Blue‟
128.    Dend Thongchai Gold‟ Kanokporn‟ Kinky name! gold,red lip
129.    D. Sweet Pinky „Love‟
130.    D. Purple Ace
131.   Oncidinaeeous object
132.   LOLA “
133.   Dendrobinaceous thing
134.   see #132
135.   Zygo. Artur Elle X Aganisia cyanea
136.   Cattleya innominata(=no name)
137.   Ocdcm (Colm.) Catante „Pacific Sun Spots‟ see #68

Monika Wildman:
138.    Dend. xdelicatum               Must be good, there are so many of them
139.a,b Two Bc. Maikai „Mayumi‟        Pink, can grow to specimen plants
140.    Odontioda Charlesworthii „Mishima‟ Red stars
141.    Miltassia(Miltonia X Brassia) Charles Marden Fitch large lavender and mauve marked stars
142.    Dend. Sea Mary „Snowking‟      White
143.    LOLA ?????????
144.    Oncid. Sharry Baby             Fragrant
145.    Slc. Red Jewel                 Intense red, miniCatt.
146.    Wilsonara Tigersette „Wild Court‟      good multicolor Od/Onc alliance -- pict at Auction
147.a,b TWO Ludisia discolors          Foliage orchid with very dark green leaves veined in pale geen, bronzy-
                                       purple underside of foliage, spires of small white flowers
AGAIN: 1 PM!
Mark this copy and bring to meeting, but=there will be
                                       MORE TO COME               !

								
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