Hello! I just read some of your comments on cattleyas and I have a question about mine. It is supposed to be jenmanii coerulea and I read that it should have strong fragrance. Mine however opened on the 12th and still can't smell anything. I usually have very good sense of smell I can smell the rest of the orchids that I have in bloom now. But when it comes to cattleyas - no. See next message.
I was able to get a division of ’Kathleen’ from Orchids Ltd. I talked to Jerry and he had a smaller division that was within my range. I’m thrilled as it is a division of the original awarded plant from years ago, not a clone. Now to keep it alive!!
Hi Leslie, if possible could you please to communicate with me through E mail. If yes, send me the first please, this is my address. email@example.com
I am writing to you from Cuba.
Thank you in advance.
Hi Dr. Ee In regards to the Paph. villosum 'Stephen Manza' AM/AOS I will be at the SOOS show on Fri Feb. 7 around noon to help with the set up of the COOS display. If you can't be there is there some one ypu can suggest that I could leave the plant with that you could pick it up from.
Don Ingram Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 226-332-0287
Hi, I have read your post reply with regards to breeding with my fairrieanum. This is the first flowering and I wondered if it might drain the plant this early. I have never done this and wouldn't even know if it is OK to get the pollen from you or me to send it to you. Is it legal for example? It might be a better idea if possible if I sent the pollen to you if I can? Any advice would be good. Regards, Gary