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Sarcochilus (Kulnura Kaleidoscope x Roberta)

Discussion in 'Orchid Hybrids' started by Chris.c147, Mar 22, 2018.

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  1. Chris.c147

    Chris.c147 Well-Known Member

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    Sarcochilus (Kulnura Kaleidoscope x Roberta)

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    DPfarr Well-Known Member

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    Nice! Love these yellows coming out.
     
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    DarleneJay Well-Known Member

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    I also really like the yellow. Where did you get this cross from?
     
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    Chris.c147 Well-Known Member

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    I purchased this at a show from a grower in PA. Unfortunately, he does not have a website, nor does he ship. I'll be seeing him again early next month at another show. Needless to say, I'll be picking up more Sarcochilus from him.
     
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    Hi, I may be a year late but I notice you are talking about Aussie bred Sarco.
    Any plant that has the prefix Kulnura originated at Barrita Orchids, on the central coast of New South Wales, about an hour north of Sydney.

    Also noted Sunset Valley Orchids, CA are stocking a lot of Barrita’s current seedling line. There are probably others that stock them too but Google did not find them.

    These plants are well worth a look as they are generally hardy and floriferous. I am a huge fan and own way too many. Barrita have taken Sarco breeding to a whole new level.
    Their breeding and how dilution and albinism works in these plants is complex and mind boggling. Hence all the new colours and patterns that are becoming available.

    The grex Sarco Kulnura Kaleidoscope can appear in almost any colour and pattern. Aptly named.
     
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    It is never too late to share information.
     
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