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Discussion in 'Orchid Hybrids' started by Selmo, Jan 22, 2016.
Love this one, fast grower, many blooms, and a strong fragrance.
Great structure an blooms Selmo, how long have you had it for?
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.
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
There is something so cheery about yellow ♡ very very nice!
Selmo - thanks for the look of spring to come.
Here it is again, love this plant. Strong, fragrant bloomer, fast grower, not many disease issues.
What a great plant this is. Blooms every year, usually a couple of times. The blooms are in pairs and this time of year, that all you need.
Congratulations, it is very beautiful, a very big plant in very good health. Very rar to see that
Here it is this year. Not quite in full bloom, but close. Love this plant. Very hardy, does well in our climate and green house