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Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ AM/AOS

This is a discussion on Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ AM/AOS within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Purchased this many years ago and 2 falls ago I was moving plant in and ...

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    Default Blc. George King ‘Serendipity’ AM/AOS

    Purchased this many years ago and 2 falls ago I was moving plant in and moved this one,put it down and forgot it in a full sun location. Poor thing was severely damaged. It is now coming back. It is fragrant but can't say I love the fragrance of it.

    There is a color break in the dorsal...will need to watch the plant for future possible viral problems


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    Love it love it love it!! I know the stripe on the dorsal is considered a flaw, but I think its kinda cool! Thank you for posting such a beautiful plant

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    aaaah the classic FLooF! Very pretty!

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    Maybe the dorsal stripe is from the damage before. Perhaps it will not be there in future blooms? It is a nice bit of floof!

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    I hope so...will just be careful with it but I am with all the Catts, especially the "classic" ones.

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    Ron, is this because the "classic" catts tend to be carriers of viruses (viri?) in general?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orchidzrule View Post
    Ron, is this because the "classic" catts tend to be carriers of viruses (viri?) in general?

    Cheers,

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    Classic Catts have been around for quite some time and are more apt to pick up a virus over the years. At least that is what I recall reading

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    Well as the flower has matured so has the color and the fragrance. It has lost most of it's pink tome and has taken on a rich peachy color with a rose fragrance


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    Love the color, very beautiful .. Gin

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    She matured into a stunning young lady!!! LOVE IT!

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