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Cattleya trianae 'Mooreana'

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    Cattleya trianae 'Mooreana'

    This plant is one of the most beautiful forms of Cattleya trianae with flaring. The flares are very intense and make it look exotic.
    This year it produced only one flower. I hope to see next year more than only one.
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    What a beautiful variety of trianae!!

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    oooh! it looks like a lolly....now i need something sweet to eat

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    that is a beautiful orchid bloom!! I love this one, Horst. You grow some amazing cattleya types!!

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    when a bloom is this beautiful you need just one.

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    Any blooms this year Horst??

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    I missed this the first time around. Horst, what a stunning bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horst View Post
    Cattleya trianae 'Mooreana'

    This plant is one of the most beautiful forms of Cattleya trianae with flaring. The flares are very intense and make it look exotic.
    This year it produced only one flower. I hope to see next year more than only one.
    Awesome!!
    My plant did not produce any flower this year.. ..still recovering after Black Rot
    Wonderful flower!! Congratulations!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Any blooms this year Horst??
    Not until now!

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