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Two Fragrant Cattleya Orchids

This is a discussion on Two Fragrant Cattleya Orchids within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; LC Spring Fires x B. glauca and Pot Edith North 'Danny Adams' Finally getting around ...

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    Default Two Fragrant Cattleya Orchids

    LC Spring Fires x B. glauca and Pot Edith North 'Danny Adams'

    Finally getting around to posting pictures of a couple new catts I had blooming last month. One is a B. glauca cross, with a really nice red outline on a scalloped lip: LC Spring Fires x B. glauca. The flowers are a bit scrunched together. It's the first bloom on the plant so I don't know this is typical of this cross.

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    The other is a pretty pink catt with some red and yellow: Pot Edith North 'Danny Adams

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    Both are fragrant.

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    Beautiful, both of them. Love the bold colour on the first and the subtle pink in the second.

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    Lovely blooms. I love the outline on the lip of the pink ones, especially with the bold color. Nice growing

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    So beautiful! Love the big pink blooms of the Potinara orchid!

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    Wow, Janet - those are gorgeous! I also really love the outline on the Pot Edith North 'Danny Adams' you shared. I might have to look for this one!

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    Wow those are awesome ! Glauca hybrids are awesome !!!

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    I wont be able to smell them, but they definitely are pleasing to the eyes!

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    Wow - I am getting the serious "I-WANTs". These are gorgeous AND they smell good?

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