An unnamed Phalaenopsis hybrid. The label says Dtps ________ (Blessed ‘Walnut Valley’ HCC 76 pts x Phal Talsuco Date ‘Max’ HCC 77 pts) BKR/MCT SC1511 Unflasked 09/29/2012 “Dtps” is the abbreviation for “Doritaenopsis,” i.e., a hybrid between Doritis pulcherrima and a Phalaenopsis. However, the genus … Continue readingPhalaenopsis, again
Greenhouse at Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas If you look carefully, you can spot a Hoya and some Tillandsia and Saintpaulia, but the vast majority of the plants here various kinds of orchids. It’s best viewed in “fullscreen.” If that doesn’t work, here’s Flickr.
Still blooming three months later.
125 shiny little magnets. Click to embiggen, as usual. Cross your eyes until you see three images, then focus on the middle image.
The cactus and stapeliad seedlings are half a year old now. These pictures are all stacked focus, with from 26 to 92 images in each stack assembled in Helicon Focus. They are all much enlarged. The Gymnocalycium above is the largest of the cacti; it’s … Continue readingAt six months