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Very rewarding Cattleya Plant

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    Thumbs up Very rewarding Cattleya Plant

    Thought I would share these pictures with you all. It is truly a spectacular large blossomed Cattleya, 6 inches in diameter, and has rewarded me with magnificent
    deep canary yellow flowers (2 to 3 each time) three times this year (Feb. July and Sept.). I gather it likes my green thumb... What a joy! Does anyone know it's name? The flowers are lighter in color when they first open (see last photo), after about 4 days it intensifies greatly!

    Cheers, Michael
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    It looks like it has Blc. anginanth (I don't know if I spelled it correctly) lineage.

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    Such a beautiful yellow orchid!

    Cheers,
    BD

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    WOW So pretty and blooming that much!!!! Enjoy it!

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    Very floofy!... and beautiful... good growing!...

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