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Cattleya NOID

This is a discussion on Cattleya NOID within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is an outrageous bloom! Absolutely gorgeous! The same can be said for the photography ...

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    This is an outrageous bloom! Absolutely gorgeous! The same can be said for the photography as well! Thanks for showing it to us!

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    Whatever the name still one of the beautiful hybrids with nice color tone.

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    Lovely colour.

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    Outstanding flowers! They call for attention with no apology!
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    This flowers have the shape of C. milleri and the Ctt. aurantiaca lip.
    Maybe Ctt. Rojo.

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    This flowers have the shape of C. milleri and the Ctt. aurantiaca lip.
    Maybe Ctt. Rojo.

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    I also strongly suspect strong lineage from trick or treat.

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    I'm going to have to agree with trick or treat lineage. I have a Lc. Trick or Treat X Lc. Blazing Star as well and its remarkably similar to this one. Thanks everyone.

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    Lovely bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horst View Post
    This flowers have the shape of C. milleri and the Ctt. aurantiaca lip.
    Maybe Ctt. Rojo.
    So, maybe Cattlianthe Blazing Treat (Cattlianthe Rojo x Cattlianthe Trick or Treat) ?
    Should be more red ?

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