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Cattleya Ashtoniana (3N) (warsc. 'Hartman's #9' x loddigesii var. harrisoniae 'Streeter's Choice' (4N) FCC/AOS)

Cattleya Ashtoniana (3N)<span class="cross"> (warsc. 'Hartman's #9' x loddigesii var. harrisoniae 'Streeter's Choice' (4N) FCC/AOS)</span>
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Purple, Yellow
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Hybrids

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5-6"" Flowering Size) - NOT In-Spike ($65.00)

We remade this old English hybrid utilizing the very best of the warscewiczii (we feel) for color and size/ shape and crossed it with the very best of the harrisoniae the famous 'Streeter's Choice' clone. These will be 3N for the most part but a random 4N may show up amongst the cross. Vigorous as would be expected and we expect the flowers to be quite spectacular with excellent flower count and color as well as shape an substance. The flowers pictured are from the first plants to bloom in the fall of 2017.

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