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cattleya landate in bloom

This is a discussion on cattleya landate in bloom within the Cattleya Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; Last year only one flower...this year four! I'm very happy with this particular orchid...Betty :-)...

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    Last year only one flower...this year four! I'm very happy with this particular orchid...Betty :-)

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    Wow ! One of my favorites Betty, mine is too small to bloom this year, perhaps the next

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    Congrats, Betty! It is truly lovely.

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    Really nice Betty. Is it fragrant? I love bifoliates for their texture and their fragrance.
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    How wonderful for you! I just bought my first catt. Since I have taken it home the blooms appear to more tall. Am I crazy for thinking that or is that possible? Do these just bloom one time?

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    Thanks, everyone...and YES! It does have a delicious fragrance...Betty :-)

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    Congratulations Betty!

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    Love the colors ! Bravo !!

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    Very pretty, Betty. Hope mine will bloom soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by espranch View Post
    Thanks, everyone...and YES! It does have a delicious fragrance...Betty :-)
    I was confident that it would!!! Too bad the Internet doesn't have fragrance ability yet. ;-)

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