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Old 12-20-2020, 08:23 PM
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Tindomul,
The ‘Pisgah’ clonal name probably arose from Owens Orchids being close to the forest. I believe Russ Bolt from Looking Glass Orchids used to work for the Owens. He grew all their Cattleyas in Promix HP and still does.
Probably is. I stopped by Owen's after a hiking / brewery trip up to Brevard / Pisgah Forest. Really beautiful area!

I didn't realize looking glass orchids had closed. I think it was next to Owen's but it was closed for holiday when I stopped by. Shame!



Your plants are always fantastic, Bayard. Are these able to hold the blooms up without support?
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Hi Jeff,
The inflorescence in the photos was previously staked.
I took off the stake for the images, and left it off because the inflorescence didn’t need it. However, it’s risky, because one false move and - snap!
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