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Blc. Chunyeah 'Tzeng-Wen' AM/AOS

This is a discussion on Blc. Chunyeah 'Tzeng-Wen' AM/AOS within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Registered in 1991, Blc. Chunyeah is a successful yellow standard cattleya grex with a number ...

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    Default Blc. Chunyeah 'Tzeng-Wen' AM/AOS

    Registered in 1991, Blc. Chunyeah is a successful yellow standard cattleya grex with a number of awarded clones. The cultivar 'Tzeng-Wen' was the first to garner an AOS award, receiving an 82 point AM in 1999. It blooms throughout the year as growths mature, producing 5-6" canary yellow flowers with red lips. Many clones of this grex, and 'Tzeng-Wen' in particular, feature intense yellow semicircular areas within the throats of the lips.



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    WOW ! This one goes to the top of my shopping list. I just hope I could find one or something similar next flower show.

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    Heh--nice one Jason! I do believe this is the first non-slipper pic you've ever shown here. What's gonna happen to your rep??

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    Hey, I can actually see the right picture! And it's really pretty!!

    Great pictures, Jason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lja
    Heh--nice one Jason! I do believe this is the first non-slipper pic you've ever shown here. What's gonna happen to your rep??
    would you believe that the first orchids I fancied were the macrocatts and vandas? vandas aren't very suited for home growing, but I am leaning back towards the catts these days, it seems.

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    Great picture and Beautiful catt ! :lemmetell There are other orchids in the world besides paphs !

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    Wow! That's very pretty!

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    another flower on a smaller growth...



    link to previous blooming

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    The smaller growth seems to have produced an even better looking flower, I think. Maybe it's because the two flowers aren't bunched so closely together, but the shape of that single bloom really stands out.

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