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blooming and spiking noid catt

This is a discussion on blooming and spiking noid catt within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hello folks... Recently made a trade of a couple of cyms & phals for a ...

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    Smile blooming and spiking noid catt

    Hello folks...
    Recently made a trade of a couple of cyms & phals for a nicely blooming & spiking, on 2 nice new growths, catt. No id of any kind. The blooms are coming in a super light cream & barely green shade. Will try to post a pic and maybe some of you can help me ID this baby. I think I definitely came out on top in this trade.

    Now that the flowers are opened all the way could you please try an id for me?

    Thanks, Remo.

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    There are so many white with yellow centers, Remo. It is hard to truly id this one with so many hybrids. Unless someone has one in bloom right now too, you may not get a proper identification. It is a beauty of a bloom though.

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    I'd say that you certainly came away great with that trade! It's beautiful...Don't worry about the name, just enjoy. Betty...:-}

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    Quote Originally Posted by espranch View Post
    I'd say that you certainly came away great with that trade! It's beautiful...Don't worry about the name, just enjoy. Betty...:-}
    Bd & Betty, you are absolutely right! It would be kind of cool to have it identified tho...what would be the usual protocol on this kind of thing? Would you just tag it with the date you repotted, or a bloom date with sort of general info? Want to make sense out of all of it and follow generally accepted cultural methodology. Thanks, guys!
    Remo

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    The date you repotted it and the fact that it is a white with yellow throat, noid cattleya orchid. That should be enough to identify it and know when it is about time to repot again.

    Cheers,
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    Thanks, Bd.
    I appreciate the teaching.
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