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This is a discussion on Cattleya orchids within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; These are my Cattleyas that have flowers at the moment. I have more, but they ...
These are my Cattleyas that have flowers at the moment.
I have more, but they don`t have flowers.
Great color on the first one! Do you find that the encyclia cochleata (the second one) smells good?
No, I doesn t smell!!!!
love the orange one!
Beautiful orange cattleya.
They are both wonderful....the bright orange is an eye-catching color I love and the second, the cochleata is a neat little thing.
Very nice....thank you for sharing!
Ruxandra both are lovely the cochleata is the national orchid of Belize and they call it simply the "black orchid" so I was very glad to see that Meg was able to identify it for both of us. Thanks for sharing
This forum is for me a real lesson of universal friendship. I learn every day something new, I glad to see pictures of orchids or nu.Este amazing.
I'm glad I managed to grow and to have in my-house cochleata -the national orchid of Belize.
But my "Blake orchid" no smell at all. Why? ( meg 25 say she smell well)
Soon I will post pictures and that it has flourished a freshman. It is very beautiful.
Very nice Ruxandra...Sometimes the cochleata needs bright light to give off it's fragrance