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Pot. Hoku Gem 'Sunspots'

This is a discussion on Pot. Hoku Gem 'Sunspots' within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A cute plant does not get very big , has 3 spikes on it . ...

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    Default Pot. Hoku Gem 'Sunspots'

    A cute plant does not get very big , has 3 spikes on it . Thanks for looking . Gin
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    Ooh!


    Now, my mom got a spotted catt or two and mentioned that the leaves are also spotted... is this normal?

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    Reminds me of my 'Super Spots'

    Out of curiousity, Gin, are the flowers more heavily spotted on the backs of the sepals and petals?

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    Aaaah. Are those two really orange and yellow or is it the picture that makes it look like they're different colours? Love them spotties.

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    Absolutely beautiful! Another for the wish list! Judi

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    I think it is the Richard Mueller background ,all the ones I have change color as they age , what I like is they are easy to grow and bloom .
    Paval , It does have the spots on the back not really heavier about the same only in different areas from the front .. Thanks for looking .. Gin

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    Pretty, Gin! Love them freckledees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin View Post
    ...all the ones I have change color as they age , what I like is they are easy to grow and bloom.
    Gin, could you possibly define the age part? Does it change in a few days or more like over the course of a couple of weeks? Thanks.

    Must have Richard Mueller crosses!!

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    Hi , It changes gradually over time . kinda like going grey I have one that starts out a pretty pink then turns white .. Gin

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    Thanks Gin.
    BTW Is that your macaw in the avatar or is it a wild one?

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