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Cattleya yellow

This is a discussion on Cattleya yellow within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I do not know the exact name of this flower , it has fragrance resemble ...

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    Smile Cattleya yellow

    I do not know the exact name of this flower , it has fragrance resemble odour of mildly palatable lemon




    and flowers are rather special tongue

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    Hi, i'm sending this from new york . Nice pictures. I have a question the tree fern or twigs on the top of the pot is what and what is it used for ? Is it to shade the roots ?

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    nice flowers my friend. I am from Vietnam too
    Xin chao.

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    That is a beautiful frilly lip! Is there a tiny bit of red on the edge of the lip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CATONE View Post
    Hi, i'm sending this from new york . Nice pictures. I have a question the tree fern or twigs on the top of the pot is what and what is it used for ? Is it to shade the roots ?

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    you see are the earthen pots and positive stem , that is material grown orchids are popular in Vietnam

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindiras View Post
    That is a beautiful frilly lip! Is there a tiny bit of red on the edge of the lip?
    Your observation is good ,right is has a small red spots on the tongue of the flower

    @ phongchansenh : chāo you

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    Hi Mr Hoanglong ,I think that it's Blc Lian Her Glory

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    photo by Lekimgiang (Tien Giang,VietNam)
    Blc Liah Her Glory

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    Wow what a stunning bright colour !

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    Default About the roots of my cattleya

    I saw no improvement of roots in my cattleya what should I do ? I do twice a week in watering ,In fertilizer every other week and I do using root hormones almost one mouth but effect seen no effect please help me
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