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Do you know this cattleya orchid?

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    Default Do you know this cattleya orchid?

    My prettiest NOID



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    It reminds me of Jiminey Cricket, but I don't think it's that--mine didn't have that pink edging.

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    Its a Rhyncholaelia digbyana hybrid, probably with a Cattleya. This parent I'm not sure of the other parent. I know I've seen this one before also.

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    What a beautiful hybrid cattleya orchid. Hope you get the name. So beautiful.

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    It looks to me Like Rc. Madam Hye, (digbyana x harrisoniana), some clones of Cynthia also look like this. A better picture from the front might help.

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