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Free flowering Catts

This is a discussion on Free flowering Catts within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; No wonder your potinaras are doing so well, Rosalia, as the sophronitis parents are mostly ...

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    No wonder your potinaras are doing so well, Rosalia, as the sophronitis parents are mostly from Brazil.I don't find much problems with potinaras here unless S. coccinea is dominant in the cross. My Pot Hwa Yuan Gold blooms regularly.

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    yes, Cattan, they do very well here. But don't forget the other portion of these crosses, that also do very well here = BLC, maybe even better than sophronitis.

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    I agree with Susan on RM crosses. Besides Sunset Glory and Golden Glory. Here are some catts that bloom for me often (2-3+ times a year):
    Blc Rustic Spots
    Bl Petite Star
    Bl Richard Mueller x L. aurea
    Blc. Mem Vida Lee 'Limelight'

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    Great information here. Gives me more catts to drool over.

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