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The semi-alba is from Cal-Orchid; the rubra is from Sunset Valley Orchids[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Acquired bare-root at the POE in 2013 and establishing nicely.
Both from Cal-Orchid. Primary of purpurata and warscewiczii.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
This is from northern Peru on the east side of the Andes. Nicely fragrant.
This nice Cattleya is blooming now:
One of the few Catts I have and I love it. The flowers have been open for a little while over two weeks and they still look great. Another...
I would love to hear from people who grow this species well. How are you growing it, what do you think is important for success? I really do very...
The dark streak began on the lower part of the bulb and gradually spread upwards through the new bulb to the leaf. There it continued to grow into...
Acquired earlier this year from Brazil. Still, a bit of a strange time to flower. Four flowers on a stem - and yes, it is definitely...
Just one flower on this first bloom seedling. [ATTACH]
First blooming. To me the fragrance is reminiscent of certain soaps. Love the lip.[ATTACH]
In a fit of exuberance one of my plants produced six flowers. The flowers themselves are nothing special, but the fragrance is heavenly.
It is growing up high in rather bright light. I found the side view of the lip most interesting.
As you can tell, I have several of these!
This is a cross between Laelia purpurata carnea and Laelia lobata. Sorry, I can't quite make the cattleya change yet. The flowers are 5" across...