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I'm looking for seedlings of good quality crosses from this form of the species. Unfortunately, it appears to be among the rarest Cattleyas in the US.
Here are two brothers. Both come from Fred Clarke and are 1st time bloomers.
Here's a picture of my Cattleya Granier's Charm 'Hillary' AM/AOS. It is a hybrid of C. Minerva X C. warscewiczii. This is another one of Ervin...
Here's a picture of my Cattleya Granier's Felicity 'Sugar Plum' AM/AOS. It is a hybrid of C. Minerva X C. Caribbean Skies. This is one of Ervin...
Just opened, not as nice as the other clone, #1. However, from what I remember, last year's blooming was much nicer.
Nice scent of clove gum. First bloom, one bud blasted.
In mid-July I posted a picture of the first two inflorescences on this plant. Here is the final and best one.
Bloomed earlier this summer. Another clone that's very similar is about to open any day now!
One of my very favorites, mostly due to the fact that it blooms so readily and so often. I received this a few years back from Ben in FL.
Intermediate grower. Wonderful fragrance.
How could we encourage more Cattleya posts...
Orchids Interactive is my home, and, being particularly fond of Cattleyas, I would love to...
This is one of my favorites, starting to fill up a 12" basket, with about 35, 3"-4" flowers - incredible fragrance.
Last pic shows a deformed...
I have been working on this beast for 6 weeks now...Im so glad it is done. I think I went a little overboard...I had visions of grandeur with this...