Orchids forum: cattleya nobilar

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Name: Prabhi Setty
Trinidad West-Indies
prabhisetty
Sep 19, 2015 1:05 PM CST
Hi Guys,
This is my c.nobilor in full bloom had 14 plants lost 4 plants due to dry rot.
prabhi s
Thumb of 2015-09-19/prabhisetty/dec60f


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Name: Jim Hawk
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hawkarica
Sep 19, 2015 3:14 PM CST
That is a beautiful flower! Good growing. The correct spelling is Cattleya nobilior. Nice species orchid. Welcome to the orchid thread. Welcome!

Jim
Name: Prabhi Setty
Trinidad West-Indies
prabhisetty
Sep 19, 2015 3:19 PM CST
hawkarica said:That is a beautiful flower! Good growing. The correct spelling is Cattleya nobilior. Nice species orchid. Welcome to the orchid thread. Welcome!

Jim

Thank you for the correction it was typing error.
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Name: Tara
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terrafirma
Sep 22, 2015 10:46 AM CST
Beautiful plants, and blooms! Welcome! from me too!
Name: Ursula
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Ursula
Sep 22, 2015 10:53 AM CST

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It sure is lovely!
Btw, surely more people will see your beautiful blooms, if you might post them into our monthly bloom thread, as we had discussed previously.
Thanks. Smiling
Name: Ursula
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Ursula
Sep 22, 2015 7:26 PM CST

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Actually, I realized something interesting.
Prabhi, when you posted this bloom (I am attaching it here again) on March 13. 2014, your bloom had the two identical spots on the dorsal sepal as the one you posted here on the 19. Sept. What do you think, is it genetic or cultural?
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Name: Prabhi Setty
Trinidad West-Indies
prabhisetty
Sep 23, 2015 7:25 PM CST
Ursula said:Actually, I realized something interesting.
Prabhi, when you posted this bloom (I am attaching it here again) on March 13. 2014, your bloom had the two identical spots on the dorsal sepal as the one you posted here on the 19. Sept. What do you think, is it genetic or cultural?
Thumb of 2015-09-23/Ursula/1dba0a


Thank you,
I Think may be it is cultural, there is some thing quite different about the growth of the plant meaning some growths are typical nobilar with,uni foliate leaves while others are elongate growth with bi foliate leaves.
My Impression is the plants are from different locations and this is my assumption,
Prabhi s
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