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This is a discussion on noid epicatt? within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bought this one a couple of years ago and it flowers each year better This ...

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    Default noid epicatt?

    Bought this one a couple of years ago and it flowers each year better
    This year with 14 flowers. Anyone who knows what it is? Apology for the quality of the pic's



    Jan

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    Gorgeous. Hope someone can ID it. Wouldn't mind one myself.

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    epicattleya voila ( C. bowringiana x Enc. cordigera ) would be my guess or epc. silvester (Enc cordigera alba x G. skinneri oculata ) . Hope the IDs help

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    Wow. wow... really stunning I agree with Mark Baker thanks for the ID.

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    Thanks for the id!!! IIt is a real beauty

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    I agree, it is a real beauty, nice growing

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    What a wonderful flowers!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mab06jkl View Post
    epicattleya voila ( C. bowringiana x Enc. cordigera ) would be my guess or epc. silvester (Enc cordigera alba x G. skinneri oculata ) . Hope the IDs help
    i would have to strongly agree Encyclia cordigera is definitely one parent...hybrid now know as Guaricyclia because the Epidendrum atropurpureum is now Encyclia cordigera and both C.skinneri and C.bowringiana or Guarianthe

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    Try looking up Epc. Middleburg 'Maj'...It looks alot like a plant of mine with that name. Hope this helps...it's a gorgeous thing for certain!

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