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Blc Golden Tang

This is a discussion on Blc Golden Tang within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A nice clear yellow except where some of the petals and lip surfaces were exposed ...

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    Default Blc Golden Tang

    A nice clear yellow except where some of the petals and lip surfaces were exposed for a time before opening of the flower.

    What do you think about this being crossed with my Jungle Gem and which way would you cross it? Yellow on maroon or maroon on yellow?

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    Maroon on yellow is my vote.

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    I'm down for maroon on yellow to! Can't wait to see the results.. in like 5 years :P

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    That is a beautiful flower! I wouldn't know where to start with crossing! Judi

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    I like this one.
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    This plant is now called:

    Marriottara Golden Tang

    darn taxonomists can't just leave well enough alone. Kinda reminds me of politicians, always looking for ways to justify their presence.

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