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Cattleya orchid still needs an identification

This is a discussion on Cattleya orchid still needs an identification within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hi, i posted this one last year, and it really improved now. cheers,...

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    Default Cattleya orchid still needs an identification

    hi,
    i posted this one last year, and it really improved now.

    cheers,
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    with similarity to Blc Lucky Strike which i saw last sunday at the lung center

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    Floofies all have such wonderful smell and they are always so pretty. Only in nature do you find that combo of red and purple...well unless you are at a Red Hat party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyong View Post
    with similarity to Blc Lucky Strike which i saw last sunday at the lung center
    Except for the colour it is nothing like Lucky Strike which has very full form and is one of the most beautiful of the lavender catts.

    This NOID catt is very pretty and desirable in its own right. Good culture, Ron, your plant looks very happy.

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    Beautiful....

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    Very nice, ron

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    Cat looks very healthy..

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    that is a lovely orchid, Ron. I wish I could help with the identification. Just superb.

    cheers,
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    thanks bruce!

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