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Cattleya walkeriana var semi alba 'Carmela'

This is a discussion on Cattleya walkeriana var semi alba 'Carmela' within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've had this orchid for about three years now. It would have had 15 blooms, ...

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    Default Cattleya walkeriana var semi alba 'Carmela'

    I've had this orchid for about three years now. It would have had 15 blooms, but I knocked 1 off of the spike and burned 2. Still a very nice blooming for me.Name:  CarmelaResized.jpg
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    Nicely done very pretty!

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    Nice blooming! Congrats!

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    Looks awesome. some many blooms on this plant.

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    Beautiful and very well grown plant!

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    Looks so healthy and so many blooms... Love it!!!

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    Splendid blooming of walkeriana..!! What is your secret to growing and blooming this species?

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    Wow.... many flower....lovely, congrats

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    I rarely see so many blooms on a walkeriana, so awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paphioboy View Post
    Splendid blooming of walkeriana..!! What is your secret to growing and blooming this species?
    I don't really have a secret. I grow it under t5 lights in an east-facing window, water it 2-3 times a week in the summer, less in the winter. I feed with several different fertilizers and growth supplements throughout the year. It just did really well this year. Hopefully I can expect another great show of blooms next year.

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