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    Vanda lamellata v boxallii

    Thank you so much for this, Zain; by the time it flowered, the plant had lost its tag. I had the thought at the back of my mind that it was not pure lamellata,

    Dorsetman Today, 09:04 AM Go to last post

    Cattleya skinnerii coerulea

    does that coerulea color have those little reflective flecks (only way I've ever been able to describe it) in it that is common to skinnerii?

    Keysguy Today, 08:59 AM Go to last post
    zainal abidin

    Cattleya skinnerii coerulea

    Bought during international orchid show last year and this year rewarded me lovely light bluish color.

    zainal abidin Today, 08:43 AM Go to last post
    zainal abidin

    Primary hybrid

    I did the above crossing about 4 years ago between Vanda insignis X Vanda helvola var Sumatra and the outcome to me is amazing has a nice fragrance.

    zainal abidin Today, 08:36 AM Go to last post
    zainal abidin

    Vanda lamellata v boxallii

    Geoff the first 2 photos looks like hybrid and I'm thinking primary hybrid between lamellata and luzonica as the petals relatively flatten and wider and

    zainal abidin Today, 08:28 AM Go to last post
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