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Thats a very nice S. fitz' Ron, great color.
Had a chance to measure this up today, 150mm or 6 inches in width and has a magic perfume also.
First Catt' seedling I have flowered for a few years. Has a few twists in it but shows some promise for future flowerings.
( Lc. Bonanza Queen x...
Its not suavis as I know it. It may be a tricolor as there are so many. It does resemble the description I have read on V. Boschii though.
First flowering of this plant for me. Still dropping the green for the yellow but very nice as is.
A very light 'floral' fragrance Mary Jane.
This cross has been around since 1870 I believe ( thanks Ron, saves me looking it up) Much better as the alba version, the color form is rubbish....
Only 5 or 6 spikes on the plant but looks nice.
One downer for the day, having had this plant for some years, buying it as Var. sanderiana and the species experts agreeing, its NOT, its just a...
Just starting to open and looking good again this year.
No I didn't Marni, thats an actual registered name of an Ascda. Its also been used in breeding and produced some very good orchids.
I now have 3 names for this Ascocenda,
#1. Yip Sum Wah
#2. Suk Sumran Sunlight
#3. Duang Porn.
Anyone like to have a guess, it was bought...
That is one of the early maudiaes Ron. Thank goodness the petals have improved in recent hybrids.
I get up to 5 flowers on a good spike but mainly 4.
Its not the flowering I had hoped for but the 15 spikes makes a nice show.