Pink and Yellow

Even though the conservatory has an annual orchid show, this orchid association had orchids that I had never seen before.  That is always a good thing.  Today I’m featuring a few of the pink and yellow varieties.  I have no idea what kind they are other than one phalenopsis so, please, feel free to identify if you know. (I’m looking at you, John)

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20 Responses to Pink and Yellow

  1. Beautiful flowers and color composition! Stunning images 🙂

  2. Oh I have to agree, the combo color of yellow and pink….magnifico!!!! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  3. bulldog says:

    They are all beautiful…

  4. Nice to see some natural color this time of the year – even if it is only inside a controlled space.

  5. Dave Phalen says:

    Thanks for brightening up a dull cold day!

  6. seaangel4444 says:

    My all-time favorite type of flower: orchids are stunning and amazing how many colors and combos they come in! The pink/yellow I’ve never seen before! Cher xo

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    No pressure. 🙂
    Upper left: It’s a paphiopedilum and is a darker shade than the Lady’s Slippers that were in my yard until the polar vortex (#*&@IJF*@IUFH!!!!).
    Upper right: I think it’s a phalaenopsis cross of some sort.
    Bottom Left: is definitely a phalaenopsis.
    Bottom right: Looks like a cattleya cross.
    Call ’em what you like, they’re all beauties.

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