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This is a discussion on Dendrobium Emma White Mutation within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have to say not the most colorful, but interesting anyway. Purchased this one about ...
I have to say not the most colorful, but interesting anyway. Purchased this one about 2 months ago so no credit for me. Sorry I guess too late to be doing this with one contact and glasses. The last picture appears blurred.
That is a little strange looking. Did you get it as a mutation?
Looks very nice
That is a very different looking flower!
It is unusual
I bought this as a grab bag kind of deal. The tag name just says mutation as part of name, That's as much as I know Chris. BTW would love to be in Canada right now. Here it is high humidity and temps in 90's when not raining.
I looked up the normal form and this one is more interesting. It is raining and cool here in the mountains of New Mexico. The window to the plant room is open so the 'chids can enjoy some of that wonderful, fresh humidity.
Lovely. Yes this is the 'Mutation' form of Emma White.I wonder if this form of Emma White is 'fixed' unlike the The Liberty White 'Mutation' (see my thread of July 28, 2011) which can vary/ lose its green markings during some bloomings.