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Cross-breed between Brassavolia and other

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    Default Cross-breed between Brassavolia and other

    This guy is hybrid between Brassavolia and other (i dont know what is it?). Just bloom with orange color and after 2-3 days it had dark-orange color.
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    It appears to be Bl Richard Mueller x C Landate which would be Blc Rustic Spots

    Bl Richard Mueller is Brassavola nodosa x Laelia milleri
    Catt Landate is Cattleya guttata x Cattleya aclandiae

    Did the red color come first followed by it changing to orange?

    here is a post of mine different pics are on page 1 and 2
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...c-spots-2.html

    you can also see it here:
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...crosses-3.html

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    wow, its an absolute stunner and i like the color change!

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    Very pretty and bright, I can't decide which color I like the most, both are so vibrant!

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    The color change is a nice added touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    It appears to be Bl Richard Mueller x C Landate which would be Blc Rustic Spots

    Bl Richard Mueller is Brassavola nodosa x Laelia milleri
    Catt Landate is Cattleya guttata x Cattleya aclandiae

    Did the red color come first followed by it changing to orange?

    here is a post of mine different pics are on page 1 and 2
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...c-spots-2.html

    you can also see it here:
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...crosses-3.html
    Thats right RON-NY. The first it had red color and then change to orange color. Thanks for give me the ID.

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    Nice going, Ron!! That is a beautiful orchid, Tran, with twice the fun since it is a Mueller cross and you get the color shift. It is always nice when these plants get larger and you get both colors at the same time from different bloom spikes on one plant.

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