A New Day – 65 – Wils. ‘Peach Cobbler’ in Bloom

A New Day – 65 – Wils. ‘Peach Cobbler’ in Bloom

 

At last I have some pics of Wilsonara Pacific Passage ‘Peach Cobbler’ from Day – 59.

The flowers started opening last weekend but I wanted to wait to take a pic for some more beautiful flowers. They’re about an inch or so and the flowering section of the spike is about 8 inches.

 

Wils. Pacific Passage 'Peach Cobbler'

A little closer...

A little closer…

And here is the spike of flowers, finally.

And here is the spike of flowers, finally.

Next time I'll provide you with a whole plant shot, for now I'm loving these little flowers. ;-)

Next time I’ll provide you with a whole plant shot, for now I’m loving these little flowers. 😉

8 Comments

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  2. Midwestern Plant Girl

    Wow, these are just the bee’s knees! They have such an intricate red design. So beautiful!

    Reply
    1. SoundEagle

      SoundEagle concurs with you, Midwestern Plant Girl! Here are the culture notes:
      https://queenslandorchid.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/culture-sheet-oncidium-intergeneric-dancing-lady-orchids/

      Reply
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  4. Laurence

    Very tasty!!

    Reply
    1. eLPy13 (Post author)

      Ha ha! Peach Cobbler does sound quite tasty now that I read this. I cannot say this plant has come back into spike but it is doing well outside. It too is fragrant.

      Reply
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