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Old 04-07-2024, 07:20 AM
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Oh yes Every year I want to keep only rarities more and more Or create them
It has been some time since you've given an update. Anything new going on?
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Old 04-13-2024, 01:04 PM
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It has been some time since you've given an update. Anything new going on?
Thank you for your attention
A lot of new things have bloomed and are blooming I’m getting old There is less and less time in the day I’ll start to slowly return to this forum
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Glad to see you back! And waiting with eager anticipation to see what has been blooming for you!
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I'll start slowly My new Cattleya aclandiae typo. In 2021 I purchased this seedling of Cattleya aclandiae semialba "cocobongo" x self.



In 3 years it grew to the point of flowering.



Wanting to find out what kind of variety it was, I picked the bud And saw an amazing purple.



Not Cocobongo, but a very beautiful type aclandiae.





Unfortunately, last year my old Cattleya aclandiae suddenly died, instantly. So I am very, very happy about this aclandiae.
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Dendrobium canaliculatum. Taking a formal photo is difficult. It seemed to me that I had few blocks, but after counting it was over 80. And the quarter was tied to the canaliculatuma block, it was not just too lazy to get it, but terribly too lazy







Photo on the run. Not 20, but ±420 orchids they don’t leave time for anything else
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That Den. canaliculatum is spectacular. No need for apologies... That is one happy plant! And the C. acalandiae glows. Definitely not semi-alba.
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And the C. acalandiae glows. Definitely not semi-alba.
Yes, and this is for the better! So she shines with her noble purple!

Thanks a lot!
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I would like to show you my Cattleya lueddemaniana, which have bloomed over the past year. All except Alba are blooming for the first time.

Disappointment of the year - the terrible shape and color of the lip of Cattleya lueddemaniana coerulea. I hope for improvement in the next flowering season. However, the petals have obvious blue veining. But disappointment in the shape and color of the lip prevented me from taking a more detailed photo of this Lueddemanjana.



At the same time, Cattleya lueddemaniana rubra was blooming. In general, I want a beetroot rubra, a very dark shade, but so far 2 of my three rubras have bloomed, maybe a little darker than the typical one. I really like the pattern on the lip of this rubra.





Cattleya lueddemaniana semialba "Falcon" was blooming around the same time. According to the catalog, she should have had single strokes on her lip. But it has excellent flower shape and large flower size.





The color of the lip changes depending on the light source.





Cattleya lueddemaniana concolor "Rasioo" bloomed a little earlier





I didn’t have time to take a ceremonial photo, because for some reason the upper sepal is quickly withering. It might have been a little hot during the day. Or I had some kind of processing, but there was processing.

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Cattleya lueddemaniana alba is blooming for the second year. This year it bloomed in the fall and at the end of winter. A large flower with a beautiful shape, I really like it. Blooms a long time.



Unfortunately, the upper sepal also quickly withered.
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These are beautiful lueddemanniana! I think that I might get a few more of these as my tipo seems to bloom easily - and frequently - in my grow tent.
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These are beautiful lueddemanniana!
Thank you!
I think you must have a lot of them. They are very beautiful!
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