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(Dialaelia or Caulaelia?) Mizoguchi

This is a discussion on (Dialaelia or Caulaelia?) Mizoguchi within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I thought that one older bloom with the purple on it's lip was just a ...

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    I thought that one older bloom with the purple on it's lip was just a freak bloom, but when I got home from work today, I noticed that the others are starting to get a bit more tinted. I didn't really know what to expect anyway. The two that I picked up at the show are the first catt types that I have ever had in bloom. The ones I have had in the past were relatively young when I got them. And it was HOT back home. Round the clock HOT. Maybe these will do better!

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    Very pretty!! Thanks for sharing Jason.

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    Love the blooms on this orchid, Jason. The first photo is awesome as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakedaddy View Post
    I only brought home five orchids Rich. I put myself on a budget and stuck to it. Would have gotten another, but had to get some supplies as well, so that cut into the funds.
    Such will-power....

    Looks like a good buy , I haven't looked up the parentage, but suppose from what you say it includes L anceps , and this is a big improvement in number of flowers there. If Dialeilia is another parent as the white flowers and their shape suggests, maybe you have the Dia' brilliant white flowers but one which will be easier to grow from the anceps blood too. A nice one.

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    It could hog space on my shelves anytime! Beautiful blooms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    Such will-power....

    Looks like a good buy , I haven't looked up the parentage, but suppose from what you say it includes L anceps , and this is a big improvement in number of flowers there. If Dialeilia is another parent as the white flowers and their shape suggests, maybe you have the Dia' brilliant white flowers but one which will be easier to grow from the anceps blood too. A nice one.
    Dialaelia 'Mizoguchi' is Dialaelia 'Snowflake' x Laelia Anceps 'Alba'. Dialaelia 'Snowflake' is Laelia Albida x (diacrum or caularthron) bicornatum. Correct my spelling if it's wrong! And thanks Bruce for the photography compliment. It is hard as hell to get a pic of white blooms as most everyone is aware.

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    Very beautiful!

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