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The plants sold as "Cattleyas" nowadays can have all sorts of ancestors and therefore even if they look similar, they can have different needs....
Interesting flower form. Reminds me of the flower of certain members of the malvaceae family tat form tubes with purple markings at the deep end.
A classic white Cattleya
A cross between a yellow cattleya and a green species.
Thanks for the help. I finally figured out what was the error. In my notes I had mixed up the name of the digbiana with an old white cattleya...
I just came here to say your photos are amazing.
Thanks, I can work with that to trace the ID of this plant.
The label says C. Linda Sambolowski, but I cannot find that name. It clearly has Rhyncholaelia digbiana in his ancestry so maybe the name is...