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Cattleya walkeriana (semi-alba x flamea) - select ('Tokyo No. 1' x aquinii 'Gloriosa')

Cattleya walkeriana (semi-alba x flamea) - select<span class="cross"> ('Tokyo No. 1' x aquinii 'Gloriosa')</span>
Item Number:
11045
Color:
Purple, White
Bloom Season:
Winter-Spring
Light:
Medium-High
Temperature:
Intermediate
Fragrant!

Miniature

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This is a cross between a semi-alba and a flamea type. The flower is primarily semi-alba with a slight line of color running down the middle of the dorsal and petals.

Flower size is 8 cm across and 9 cm vertical spread. It has potential for a larger flower being that this is its first blooming. Currently in flower and holds 6 bulbs as of 1/06/12.


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