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Unread 11-26-2006, 09:24 AM
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One of my favourites. My jenmanii is currently in bud. I'll take pictures when it opens. Yours is gorgeous!
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These colors are amazing! I love blue catts!
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Very nice. How is the fragrance?

After seeing a few of your pictures, I thought it would be interesting to have a look at your web site. It's very impressive! One of the most amazing things I saw there was the Cattleya jenmanii 'Aulisi.' I had never heard of that cultivar and have never seen a jenmanii anything like it. Do you still have that one?

And to drift off the jenmanii topic a little, what impressed me most of all was the Cattleya loddigesii 'Summerstars.' That is absolutely the most beautiful loddigesii I have ever seen. Fantastic!
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Thank you Anglo,
Just today i removed the jenmanii 'Aulisii' from my site. The reason for the removal is the fact that i have already quite a time a discussion about that one. It is most probably not a species, but a hybrid. (That's what i think...some do not agree...) I'm just not sure, so i removed it. But it is still a nice Cattleya. Huge flowers.
The loddigesii Summerstars is coming from Bangkok, Thailand. It is indeed a very nice one, but have to say...not doing very well...It is in bud now...but only one singel flower. Have to do something to put that one into a better condition...:-(
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