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  1. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae coerulea flamea

    One of the rarer color forms of this species. The blue flamea markings are quite large and deep in color. Will be useful in future breeding for this type. Plant arrived November about 4 months ago, rooted and bloomed (upside down lol). Still not as strong yet to reach potential flower form...
  2. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae pelorica

    Another of my pelorics just opened. A division from Brazil. Comes from F3 peloric line breeding. Flowers are soft and velvety, with contrasting light pink sepals against the dark lavender petals and lips. Reminds me of the Empress of Mercury hybrids from way back. Also love the thin margin...
  3. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae pelorica trilabelo

    One of my best trianaes just opened. Probably the best peloric in the world with overlapping petals mimicking the lip. Stunning deep lavender and gold color 'eyes' with velvety texture. Huge at 15.5 cm. A line bred from the original trianae peloric 'Lia' found in the jungle that sold for $25K...
  4. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae alba ‘Aranka Germanske’ FCC/AOS

    Another classic white of days long gone. Part of my heirloom collection. One of the first to be discovered in the jungle (as the story goes). Huge pure white flowers measuring almost 7 inches (approximately 18 cm). This year is its first bloom after a setback. It can reach 9 inches (approx 23...
  5. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae semialba flamea ‘Kathleen’

    Bright and cheerful. Good grower with multi leads...
  6. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae fm. concolor

    I received this plant about 4 years ago from Taiwan and it is finally blooming with one (me with sad face) flower. Large petals and good smooth pink color. I think I’ll call her Cotton Candy LoL. Lip wonky from opening behind leaves while I was away. I’ll be more prepared next time. NS =...
  7. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya trianae fm. pelorica

    I was pleasantly surprised when these flowers opened with such wild colour patterns. The petals mimicked the lip (thus the peloric variety), making the yellow flares look like eyes. And to think it came from a line breeding of the rare trianae peloric ‘Lia’ (was sold for USD$20,000 when it was...
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