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Asda Brighton Spots

This is a discussion on Asda Brighton Spots within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have posted pictures of this Ascocenda before . It is very free flowering, about ...

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    Default Asda Brighton Spots

    I have posted pictures of this Ascocenda before . It is very free flowering, about 4 times a year. This is a cross of V Dr Anek x Ascda Guo Chia Long. The name Brighton comes from the nursery in Thailand that made the cross.
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    That is stunning!

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    perfect combination color.i love it.

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    Wow beautifull color combo
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    The name 'Brighton' comes from Brighton Orchid Nursery which is located a little north of Brisbane, Queensland in Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    That is stunning!
    Stunning is indeed the word.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrubber View Post
    The name 'Brighton' comes from Brighton Orchid Nursery which is located a little north of Brisbane, Queensland in Australia.
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    Aww, and here I thought it was named for the city of Brighton near me.

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    Wow the colors are so clear and defined! Beautiful bloom

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    I echo Glenn's comment,fantastic coloring

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    WOW!!! That is stunning love it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrubber View Post
    The name 'Brighton' comes from Brighton Orchid Nursery which is located a little north of Brisbane, Queensland in Australia.

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    My sincere apologies to members of OT. and particularly to Scrubber. I googled and found that Brighton Nursery is indeed an Australian nursery. Like Pavel I thought that it was named after Brighton in the UK but was told by the vendor that the plant originated from Thailand and named after a nursery there.

    Thanks Srubber for the correction.

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