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This is a discussion on Epidendrum Stamfordium within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; That has some of the darkest markings I have seen on Epi. stanfordianum! Is that ...
That has some of the darkest markings I have seen on Epi. stanfordianum! Is that a named clone?
Thanks Wade. I purchased this orchid several years ago from a breeder I really like because he does very good work with naturally propagated orchids. The orchid is a select dark form x self. Many of my orchids are clones but I have a personal preference for naturally propagated orchids. I like the variety provided by natural propagation.