Identify Orchid?

Discussion in 'Orchidaceae (orchids)' started by brugmansia, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. brugmansia

    brugmansia Member

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    I garden, but I know nothing about orchids.
    Someone gave me one years ago (it's been abused through many worldwide wanderings) and I'm trying to decide if it's still alive and worth taking to a tropical climate.
    Roots are white, supple and feel alive...I think, but they may be dead, no greenery above ground?
    So, if you have no green on top but viable feeling/looking roots, what would you advise?
     
  2. brugmansia

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    I was going to post a picture to follow that up, but I can't fine a picture link/thingy.
    Thanks for any help,

    brugs
     
  3. chimera

    chimera Well-Known Member 10 Years

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  4. brugmansia

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    Thanks, but no, not really.
    I dont' have hours to look for it and it should be apparent right from the git go when you're posting. In my world anyway.
    Can't find it, don't have the time. and I don't want to waste yours either, so thank you, bye for now.

    ciao
     
  5. Daniel Mosquin

    Daniel Mosquin Paragon of Plants UBC Botanical Garden Forums Administrator Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Apparent from the get-go == the paperclip that is the standard symbol for attachments, which you can find in your posting toolbar (to the right of the fonts, sizes and font colour dropdowns).
     

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