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Encyclia Cordigera var purpurea AND Encyclia Auza? (Aromatica x atropurpurea)

This is a discussion on Encyclia Cordigera var purpurea AND Encyclia Auza? (Aromatica x atropurpurea) within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Gorgeous color!...

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    Gorgeous color!

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    Gee Trish at five spikes I would probably make the proposal. AL

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    I like your cordigera very intense the purple color, your Auza so fantastic, take care the plant.
    Yew, so exciting to see a spike like this, thanks for sharing it.

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    Beautiful flowers! And thanks for all the info!
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    thanks for the info on not cutting the spike. I appreciate it.

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    Just a quick correction here... aromatica x atropurpurea [now cordigera] was registered in 1960 by the Rod Mclellan Co. as E. Anza [not E. Auza]... you might want to correct your plant tag...

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    Wonderful information, Yew...THANK YOU soooooooooo much! I will give this a try when my encyclia cordigera blooms this Summer.....Betty

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    I LOVE the Anza. Oops... caps lock on...
    Love the pattern and the other one is pretty too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    Just a quick correction here... aromatica x atropurpurea [now cordigera] was registered in 1960 by the Rod Mclellan Co. as E. Anza [not E. Auza]... you might want to correct your plant tag...
    Thank you very much for this. I am correcting the tag in a moment.

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    Wow! That's one of the best Encyclia Cordigeras I've seen.

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