No.8

Mr. Gerry DizoniKansas, Missuri, USA.j

Greenhouse,the size isjust small its 32x8 made up of wood & Lexan fiberglass. I and my friend made it by ourselves.
Growing orchids: 19 years, 8 years in USA and 11 years in Philippine.
e-mailFgerrylyn@idir.net

The new release on the 19th, May, 1999.

Pap. Poo Tree ' Gerry '

This is a hug one. You have to see it in person to believe.

Paph. Land Mark ' Gerry '

This clone is by far the best among my Land Marks. Deep dark mahogany in coloration that have long petals. Unfortunately, the inflorescence of this plant had broken just before getting into the judging center.

Phrag. Don Wimber ' Gerry ' AM/AOS

Thi flower was awarded in Mid America Judging Center, St. Louis, MO. This clone is so far the biggest Don Wimber that has been awarded with NS. of 13 cm.

Phrag. Jason Fischer ' Gerry ' AM/AOS

This flower was awarded recently at the Orchid Botanical Garden. This flower has a NS. of 9.5 cm getting a 85 pts AM/AOS. This picture's flower is the third one on the same inflorescence.

Phrag. besseae var. flavum

My new clone of phrags.

Phrag. Eric Young

This clone is 4N.

Phrag. Mem. Dick Clements ' Gerry '

The first bloomed seedlings using Phrag. besseae var. delessandrei. The NS. of this flower is 13.2 cm.


Paph. lowii

My traesure , Jillian who is my brothers daughter, is presenting my Paph. lowii.

Paph. Macabre
'Gerry' AM/AOS 84pts.
One of my pride & glory.

Paph. S. Gratrix

Some of my Brachypetalum.

Phrag. Indean Fire

Phrag. Sedenii 'Wilcox' AM/AOS
This plant was awarded as schilimii but we think its Sedenii.

Phrag. besseae var. flavum 'Gerry'
One of my baby.
Phrag. besseae 'Marilyn'
Really deep orange in the color.

Phrag. Rosalie Dixlen

Paph. I' Ansonii
( rothschildianum x Mouganiae )

I got that plant I' Ansonii from Hausermann about 4 years ago when we @went to Chicago. This is a big plant now about 50 inches leap spread with 4 growths. This plant was awarded in our local show her in Kansas City as the best plant in show & best in category. The natural spread of the plant on his secound bloomed is about 16 1/2cm & the pouch is big with the dorsal sepal white with dark bars. As far as my observation is concerned the three parents of the plant were seen on that plant. What do you think ?

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