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Extremely strong and pleasant fragrance on clusters of colorful blooms. Prefers bright light.
This awarded cross is known for having one of the best substance for a Cattleya. Plants are in 4.5″ containers and have nicely structured cane-like growths. A beautiful plant, and an amazing flower! Blooms are 1.5 to 2″ and often does clusters of 2 or 3 – more as the plant matures. Blooms in the summer to fall.
These mature miniature Cattleyas have amazing flower shape and substance and are highly sought for awardable blooms. Perfect for a small space or windowsill. Plants have been blooming for years and very mature, still in 4-5″ pots.
Blooms in the fall, with up to 6 blooms per cycle currently.
A picture cannot do this flower justice. The blooms are among the largest of all our Cattleyas and very fragrant. When they are in bloom, we often move them to the front just to enjoy them while we work in the greenhouse. An amazing cross that is truly a gift to have in any collection. Blooms in late fall.
These plants are very mature and putting out 4-5 spikes each on average! Thick, spinelike foliage and very easy to grow. Blooms open light lavender and turn mostly white as the flower progresses. Generally blooms in late winter.
Wonderful fragrance at night!
Miniature Cattleya – perfect for the windowsill grower! Small 1-2″ blooms with vibrant orange-red color. Plants are in 3 1/2″ containers and will stay contained for years to come. Does not seem to have a standard blooming time, can be any time of year when the new growths are mature.