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Bl Morning Glory 'Remar' HCC/AOS

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    Default Bl Morning Glory 'Remar' HCC/AOS

    I have a couple of Bl Morning Glory clones for it is one of my favorite B nodosa crosses. This is my favorite clone. I love the spotting on the labellum. Bl Morning Glory is a primary cross of Brassavola nodosa and Laelia (Sophronitis) purpurata. The variation can be great in this cross, due to the multiple color forms of purpurata.


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    Beautiful flowers Ron, love the stripes very nice and charming.

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    What a great primary cross! I guess I'm not surprised because both parents are favorite species of mine.

    It's funny how nodosa turns the veining of Catt and Laelia labellums into spots. It does that in other crosses as well.

    Is it fragrant Ron? And if so, when during the day?

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    Oh! That is nice, Ron!

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    It is only night fragrant

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