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Red, Red, Red Vandas

This is a discussion on Red, Red, Red Vandas within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Those are very nice Angel... i love all Red Vandas and these are no exceptions. ...

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    Those are very nice Angel... i love all Red Vandas and these are no exceptions. Problem
    now is that Im seeing red everywhere.... thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars.Kurth View Post
    They are stunning: love #3
    The third one Lars is much more diminutive than the other two. The flowers have a less formal look, appearing simpler and less "hybridized" than #1 and the Kagawara.

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you everyone. Red does liven up the garden!

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    Colour is red good ,thanks you

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    The first 3 pictures are mokaras. The intense red colour and faint spots are indicative of Mkra Sayan x Ascda Meda Arnold crosses. You are right about Christie Low.

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    Thank you Yew Sung.
    I think that the first three photos are those of the Mokara Dinah Shore. It looks very much the same as my plant: color, spots, shape of flower, column (anthers) , lip, and even the dark spike.

    Pictures which are labeled Mkra Sayan x Ascda Meda Arnold show a lighter greenish spike and flowers with a slightly different shape. However, I don't know the parentage of the Mkra Dinah Shore. For all I know, it may share the same ancestry as the Mkra Sayan x Ascda Meda Arnold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by culanluasg View Post
    Colour is red good ,thanks you
    Thanks Culanluasg. I saw your posts and you have the most fantastic cattleyas. I'm not very good with cattleyas but I try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Thank you Yew Sung.
    I think that the first three photos are those of the Mokara Dinah Shore. It looks very much the same as my plant: color, spots, shape of flower, column (anthers) , lip, and even the dark spike.

    Pictures which are labeled Mkra Sayan x Ascda Meda Arnold show a lighter greenish spike and flowers with a slightly different shape. However, I don't know the parentage of the Mkra Dinah Shore. For all I know, it may share the same ancestry as the Mkra Sayan x Ascda Meda Arnold.
    Could well be Mkra Dinah Shore ( Aranda Christine x Ascda Yip Sum Wah ) - which is an older cross but looks very similar. Both Meda Arnold and Yip Sum Wah are prolific parents and impart brilliant attractive colours to their offsprings.

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    Again, thank you Yew Sung especially for the names of the parents of Mkra Dinah Shore.
    Now, I hope you can help Amey with the identity of the first orchid photo in Message #2. I think that is the one she likes to have. ;-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Again, thank you Yew Sung especially for the names of the parents of Mkra Dinah Shore.
    Now, I hope you can help Amey with the identity of the first orchid photo in Message #2. I think that is the one she likes to have. ;-0
    Sorry can't ID it but most probably a kagawara judging from the colour and the slightly upturned lateral sepals and the more open shape indicating a renanthera influence.

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