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Pot. Burana Beauty 'Burana' HCC/AOS

This is a discussion on Pot. Burana Beauty 'Burana' HCC/AOS within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hubby bought this for my birthday--a few days early after I'd admired it....

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    Default Pot. Burana Beauty 'Burana' HCC/AOS

    Hubby bought this for my birthday--a few days early after I'd admired it.
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    Oh, that is very cool. The red stripes are fantastic against the yellow. Great pic, thanks for posting it. Do you think if I've bloomed a different Potinara (Hoku Gem) successfully that this plant would accept the same light, or is there a lot of variability in this hybrid?

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    Matt-Remember I just got this plant so haven't grown it but I just give all my pots the same light & they bloom so ask me next year

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    Very nice, Jane. I have yet to rebloom my few Potinaras. Thanks for sharing this one.

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    It's lovely - it almost looks fake (in a good way!) And happy early birthday!

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    I get the impression that Potinara are on the smaller size,
    is this true of your new beauty?
    It's a nice close photo to get a good look at the bloom,
    so I'm guessing the flower size is about 3" wide?
    I love huge flowers, but most of the time they come on huge plants, too.
    Thanks for sharing a picture, and pre-happy birthday, too.

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    That's a lovely flower Jane, the colours are so bright.... and happy b'day to u too.

    Cheers
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    Default size does matter...

    Ennui....I bought a blooming Pot. Burana Beauty Burana from mike, and rebloomed it this year, so I am assuming it is a mature plant (or, to put it more clearly, it's as big as it is going to get height wise), and it isn't a monster....heck, its pretty compact for a catt...not a mini, but certainly manageable, and you are correct on the flower size, it's about 3"

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    thanks for the info, MichigooseOH,
    I don't know why but I just have this prejudice that all
    catts grow up to be in 18" pots with flowers the size of your head,
    or stay in 3" pots and only have 1/2" flowers.
    I know there's gotta be a happy medium,
    and by getting a feel for what's out there,
    I'll hopefully be better informed.
    Thanks again.

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    Very pretty Jane ! Mine ,the red is not as bright..
    Ennui,
    these are more compact than a standard catt...probably half the size, and easy to bloom.

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