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Old 11-02-2018, 07:45 AM
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I am wondering if anyone has any info. on Cattleya trianaei 'Patricia' . Reason I ask is I saw a listing on eBay of this plant and yet the picture shows it being bifoliated. I have a dozen of C. trianaei and none of those are bifoliated. Just curious.
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Old 11-02-2018, 08:51 AM
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I have 4 different trianae and they are all unifoliate. Not even a hint of a second leaf on any of them. I would be highly suspicious of it too.
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I see one that is a seedling for $50 in front of a wet wall. Looks fine to me. I have plenty of unifoliate seedlings that throw two leaves on their smaller growths. Heck, I've even got full grown bifoliates with three leaves. lol
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Thanks for the replies. I'm just curious since my dozen or so C. Trianaei (non-hybrids), from little baby growths all the way to bloom stage, are unifoliate. When I saw the bifoliate growth in that pot, I was wondering. Since I get all my plants thru divisions and never with seedlings, maybe the bifoliate appearance may indicate that plant comes from a seed cross or being a mericlone. Very interesting.
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The bifoliate growth on seedlings (IMO) often indicates an exceptionally happy plant during a particular growing season.
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I didn't go look on ebay for the listing and I thought you meant the mature growths were bifoliate. If it's the seedling growths...that's a different matter. Like Steve pointed out, those tiny growths can sometimes make 2 leaves. Not a big deal. Mature growths though...I would never expect to see 2 leaves on a mature sized growth with this species.
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Old 11-04-2018, 01:16 AM
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I do have a C. Trianae Patricia. As a matter of fact it is the second C. Trianae flowering this year. It is a large plant with large pseudo bulbs, and definitively unifoliate. Some unifoliate polyploids will throw a second and sometime a third leave, but I do not think that is the case. I will stay away. The tag look like a plant from Plantio La Orquidea and as far I know, Enrique does not clone.
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