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Old 08-12-2020, 09:56 PM
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I really like that variagation pattern on the tepals. And the yellow nicely creates some nice colour effects with red, yellow and some orange mixed in - combined with that particular line network pattern.
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A very beautiful and unusual color pattern!
Sure is 🙂

I love, Different.
And these Feathered, certainly deliver that..
Although these are hard to find 😩
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Here is a picture of the first Feathered Cymbidium,
Now in flower 😍
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A very beautiful and unusual color pattern!
It certainly is

I love different

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I really like that variagation pattern on the tepals. And the yellow nicely creates some nice colour effects with red, yellow and some orange mixed in - combined with that particular line network pattern.
It's a gorgeous orchid
Such beauty within
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I wish I could grow this kind of Cymbidium but here in Italy, sadly, they are impossible to find.
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I wish I could grow this kind of Cymbidium but here in Italy, sadly, they are impossible to find.
Even here in Aussie Land,
They are very hard to find
As not many people, are willing to part with them ..
I understand why
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Old 08-25-2020, 01:41 PM
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Here is another couple of pictures of my Cymbidium,
~ Feathered ~ orchid 💗

It smells, Delicious ..

Gorgeous orchid plant,
With Stunning flowers 💗
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Is the feathering a stable effect within the plants that show it?
Are 2 feathered plants required to produce seedlings that produce feathered blooms?
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Is the feathering a stable effect within the plants that show it?
Are 2 feathered plants required to produce seedlings that produce feathered blooms?
The plant itself, you wouldn't know it IS feathered,
Until it flowers . ..

No,
From my understanding,
They are a Mutation ..
And from what I've read,
Very few, actually flower like parent plant,
And many, Don't flower from seeds . .
You really Need a division, of the plant,
For it to bloom like these do.
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Here is another one of my gorgeous Feathered Orchids, in bloom

Got another Spike to flower also ..
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Is the feathering a stable effect within the plants that show it?
Are 2 feathered plants required to produce seedlings that produce feathered blooms?
Feathered flowers generally come from mutations during the mericloning of an original cultivar. Some are "stable" meaning they bloom with the feathering on all segments on every flower each year they bloom. Some are "unstable" and either differ on the individual flowers or fail to develop the feathering on subsequent bloomings.

Some grexes are notorious for multiple feathered variations and or other peloric markings every time they go through the mericlone process. Grex in point is Winter Fire mericloned by Casa de las Orquideas in San Diego, CA.
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