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Old 07-05-2020, 12:47 PM
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Last fall I went to Dave Off (Waldor Orchids) annual backyard sale. My intention was to buy only 1 or 2 plants, but I ended up writing a significant number on my check.

This is one of the plants, a mother division of Golden Tang 'Linwood', which received a 78 pt HCC/AOS in 1995, and was upgraded to an 84 pt AM/AOS in 2016.

It is an interesting hybrid (registered in 1989 by H&R). It is:
25% Cattleya forbesii
25% Brassavola nodosa
25% Cattleya (laelia) milleri
25% complex Cattleya hybrid, stretching back to early UK breeding.
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Sunset colors! Nice!
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Great blooms! I have one from Marble Branch Farms and I love it. Easy to grow and flowers 2-3 times a year.
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Fantastic! Indeed a great sunset imagery.
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Great blooms! I have one from Marble Branch Farms and I love it. Easy to grow and flowers 2-3 times a year.
Yes, many Brassavola nodosa hybrids do. My B. nodosa (possibly a nodosa x grandiflora?) blooms about 3 times a year.
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It is about to bloom again. This time it is duplicating a feature I have previously seen in Bc. Edna 'Summit' (nodosa x coccinea), in that it is producing a branched inflorescence.
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A beautiful flower. I suspect that the multiple blooming comes both from the B. nodosa and C. forbesii. (C. forbesii isn't all that special to look at, but it blooms for me at least 3 times a year... and also cold-tolerant, generally bulletproof. Definitely worth the space)
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Beautiful colouring and that lip! Stunning. Lovely overall shape too.
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Good growing!
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yellow stars (i dont know the lineage) blooms 4-5 times a year, i wonder if that is a common ancestor
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