Cattleyas

Cattleyas and family

Bc Morning Glory

A cattleya hybrid with a Brassavola influence, Brassocattleya Morning Glory comes with creamy white flowers with pink streaked 'trumpets'.

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‘Fantasy’ cattleyas

Two cattleya-type hybrids made up for their dubious labels with soft colours and wonderful tones.

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Guaritonia (Cattleytonia) Why Not

Should you get this ruby orchid? 'Why Not'!

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Cattlianthe Portia

Cattlianthe (Cattleya) Portia is a very old hybrid. Still beautiful today, it finds its place in the gardens of many...

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Pink Cattleyas – loddigesii and violacea

If pink is your colour, then cattleyas loddigesii and violacea would be your cup of tea.

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Catyclia (Epicattleya) Purple Glory

It’s always a little ironic that neglected orchids tend to spike freely whereas the ones you give the most attention...

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Brassavola Little Stars

Charming and fragrant at night, Brassavola Little Stars is easy to grow under bright light. B Little Stars is a...

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Cattleya forbesii

Cattleya forbesii is commonly found in Brazil, notably around Rio de Janeiro. They are less common here halfway around the...

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