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This is a discussion on Eplc. Jackie Bright within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I would have to agree with the experts...it looks much more like the Don Hermann...Thank ...
I would have to agree with the experts...it looks much more like the Don Hermann...Thank You e1.
Eny. Jackie Bright and Ett. Don Herman are very similar in appearance, especially color scheme, sharing Ctt. Gold Digger as a parent. The flat lip on this one makes me think it is Don Herman. Jackie Bright would be more likely to have a lip that is somewhat tubular at the base, like Gold Digger. The plant here also appears to be typical Don Herman. For Jackie Bright the plant is strongly influenced by the Encyclia parent.
Whatever it is, you have to love those bright flowers.
Now that Jewel Box 'Scheherazade' is stunning! You can say that again about the plant. Not only is my plant doing poorly but it just won't bloom here.
Those are lovely, Connie - all of them.
Beautiful Jewel box !
I recently bought one at a local hardware store for very cheap and I can't wait to see it bloom. How did you get yours to bloom?
That's a beautiful epicatt. (I'm going to continue to use that name for now). It's funny that you posted this now. I just bought an epicatt. Don Herman yesterday. The only difference that I see is that the psuedobulbs on my Don Herman are taller. I also agree with Bruce. Your patio area is gorgeous and that tile floor is wonderful.