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Bc. Daffodil

Discussion in 'Orchid Hybrids' started by Selmo, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. Selmo

    Selmo Active Member

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    Love this one, fast grower, many blooms, and a strong fragrance. ImageUploadedByOrchidsForum.com1453480811.939267.jpg ImageUploadedByOrchidsForum.com1453480836.572663.jpg
     
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    Great structure an blooms Selmo, how long have you had it for?
     
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    We have had it for about six years now. We divided the plant about three years ago and that's when we mounted this part on a piece of drift wood from a local lake. It has always proformed very well.
     
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    Here is another another taxonomist's dream. Bc Daffodil is Brassovola glauca X Cattleya aurantiaca simple right, but no they want to muck up the the water. Now Bc. Daffodil is Rhyncholaelia glauca X Guarianthe aurantiaca, who has even heard of these. So now, the simple Bc. Daffodil is now Rhyncanthe Daffodil or is it Rhyncholaeliocattleya Daffodil. I will leave it as Bc. Daffodil ImageUploadedByOrchidsForum.com1453655675.324929.jpg
     
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    There is something so cheery about yellow ♡ very very nice!
     
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    Selmo - thanks for the look of spring to come.
     
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    EAC569E4-5CD5-4FEB-A30C-BD3EBD34B048.jpeg 5B66CEB1-2235-4D22-AA8E-DEFBC7182680.jpeg Here it is again, love this plant. Strong, fragrant bloomer, fast grower, not many disease issues.
     
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