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Old 01-04-2021, 11:02 AM
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I have no idea on this one, I think it is a Miltonia, but that's as far as I got, I'm not even sure of that, I will appreciate your help on identifying this one very much.



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It's a plant in the Catasetum alliance. It has a very nice flower. Their winter care is very different from other orchids, so do some reading in their forum here.
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Here's a link to the Sunset Valley Orchid website, with some fairly comprehensive info on the "annual life cycle" of the Catasetum group. (As ES noted, this plant definitely is...)Sunset Valley Orchids - Catasetinae Culture
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It's a plant in the Catasetum alliance. It has a very nice flower. Their winter care is very different from other orchids, so do some reading in their forum here.
It is indeed Catasetum, more specifically Catasetum Pileatum, will read more on taking care of it, thanks for your help
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