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This is a discussion on Cattleya Arthur Boldrini within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This bloomed in early summer, put out a new growth, and is now blooming on ...
This bloomed in early summer, put out a new growth, and is now blooming on that now-mature growth. I'm pretty impressed with this performance.
Arthur Boldrini = (forbesii x Fascelis)
Fascelis = aclandiae x bicolor)
Very nice spots!
Wow, a nice fast grower. Lives on the fast track don't it? Good growing! I got an Lc. Tokyo Magic that bloomed early summer or before, has put out three new growths, but none have matured yet. Hope to see new blooms soon.
That is great. I love those spotted catts!
How large, as in mature, is the plant, Sue? I'm guessing it's an older plant if it can support that much flowering with such frequency.
I love the color and spotting!
A real beauty .
Currently a 10-growth plant. I received this as a mature division, so all 10 are previously bloomed growths (except the one blooming now . . . that one's blooming now).
Love those purple freckles