Ellison Onizuka

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by Raina Steiner

A long time ago, I had an orchid named Ellison Onizuka.  It was small with little blue flowers.  I lost it.  Recently I have been looking for it.  Only on this site have I seen anything about it, but I notice that you have two different ones, https://www.orchids.org/grexes/brassidium-memoria-ellison-onizuka and https://www.orchids.org/grexes/dendrobium-memoria-ellison-onizuka.

Could either of these be the one I am looking for, and if so, how do I find one to buy?

Thank you.

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  1. Kathleen Kust
    over 2 years ago
    sorry- lost the tag, so it may have been Den Ellison Onizuka x Jaq Hawaii
  2. Kathleen Kust
    over 2 years ago
    I recently looked for a replacement for my Den Jaq Hawaii x Ellison Onizuka, without success. This was a delightful orchid, with sprays of graceful flowers like small white birds. So, I too would be interested in finding it again.
  3. Sys Admin
    over 2 years ago
    I don't know where you find one to buy right now. What we will be doing with this site eventually, is whoever has them to sell will be able to post them for sale on that page.

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