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Lc. Trick or Treat "Red Spots"

This is a discussion on Lc. Trick or Treat "Red Spots" within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; same story as Lc.Gold Digger (abused but no pool) both of their pots were smashed ...

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    Default Lc. Trick or Treat "Red Spots"

    same story as Lc.Gold Digger (abused but no pool)
    both of their pots were smashed and they were in a ficus hedge about 15 feet from their smashed pots. lots of broken p. bulbs, broken leaves, and contusions on the leaves.
    http://mattsorchidcollection.com/ima...pots_PIC1.html
    http://mattsorchidcollection.com/ima...pots_PIC2.html

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    Matt,

    I believe Trick or treat is a Richard Mueller cross, which Sue has taught me means typically a color shift as the bloom matures. Do you get one with these?

    Julie

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    Matt, I totally adore that!

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    i have not noticed a color shift as the bloom matures (that i am aware of.)
    i'll keep an eye out.

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    I agree, Debbie. This one's really nice.

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    My favorite color, it is beautiful . Gin

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