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Old 01-24-2016, 01:21 PM
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Here is one of our favorites, Bc. daffodil (Brassavola glauca X Cattleya aurantiaca), we have had this plant for six or seven years now. We mounted this division on driftwood from a local lake, about three years and it has rewarded us very well. It is a fast grower and has a wonderful fragrance . A few years ago the taxonomists decided to screw with this one. Now Bc. Daffodil is Rhyncholaelia glauca X Guarianthe aurantiaca, who has heard of these, and now it is called Rhyncanthe Daffodil or even worst Rhyncholaeliocattleya Daffodil. I know that the powers that be (taxonomists) are just doing their job to make our world a more organized place, but come on man!
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Old 01-24-2016, 01:27 PM
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Wow, that's what I call a show! Amazing
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My backside is barking from shoveling out of a monster blizzard but looking at this makes me forget 'bout it! Truly a sight for sore bums!
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Old 01-24-2016, 04:59 PM
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Wow that is a beauty. Can you get a close up of the bloom? I'm never going to get the name changes straight.

Sorry about the back side, we have no snow.
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Amazing group of blooms! Wonderful growing!
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My backside is barking from shoveling out of a monster blizzard but looking at this makes me forget 'bout it! Truly a sight for sore bums!
When I lived in Missouri I got a full-size pickup so I wouldn't have to shovel my driveway.

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That seems like such a great hybrid. Wonder why it's not more common?
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Really nice. I wish some of these classics were more readily available.
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Selmo, does this always bloom at this time of year? Brassavola/Rhyncholaelia glauca blooms in the spring, and Cattleya/Guarianthe aurantiaca blooms in late fall to early winter.
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Selmo, does this always bloom at this time of year? Brassavola/Rhyncholaelia glauca blooms in the spring, and Cattleya/Guarianthe aurantiaca blooms in late fall to early winter.
There was a glauca at our orchid meeting a week ago and it had tons of blooms on it.
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