Makarimi Abdullah
Sebahagian lagi keindahan orkid di Pesta Orkid Pulau Pinang 2011.

Bapticidium Hwluluduen Wasp
Trichocentrum Noorah

Trichocentrum Josephine No. 1
Tolumnia Genting Pink Lady

Tolumnia Jairak Rainbow 'Pink'
Tolumnia Rainbow

Tolumnia Maggie Khoo
Oncidium Gower Ramsey 'Sunkist'
Rosioglossom Rawdon Jester
Trichocentrum (Mauren x haematochilum)

Bulbophyllum longgissimum
Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann

Bulbophyllum arfakianum

Bulbophyllum membranifolium

Bulbophyllum mandibulare

Bulbophyllum plumatum

Bulbophyllum claptonense
Bulbophyllum lasiochilum

Coelogyne pandurata

Aerangis luteo alba var. rhodosticta

Acacallis cyanea

Liparis lacerata

Coelogyne asperata

Calanthe rubens

Lycaste macrophylla subsp macrophylla

Cymbidium chloranthum

Orchids are words even a baby can understand ~ Unknown
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6 Responses
  1. Really wonderful choices. I like that Jester.
    Cher Sunray Gardens


  2. One more awesome than the next one. I really like the Acacallis cyanea; never seen one like that before.


  3. Malar Says:

    Most of the Orchid look new to me! I like Aeragis luteo!



  4. Rosie Gan Says:

    Those look rare and expensive. I haven't been to an orchid show for quite a few years. Good post. Thanks for sharing.
    Rosie


  5. I wonder whether cymbidiums can grow easily and can handle our climate well without much fuss?