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  1. DrLeslieEe

    Mystery Warneri

    So I couldn’t find any tag on pot but know it’s on the warneri section. Has the same wide thick leaves. Tag must have fallen somehow. The investigation of this mystery plant continues. Might be a division from Tamiami or Brazil. Or a seedling cross from AWZ. Flamea, atropurpurea (solid) lip...
  2. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri albescent ‘Dona Lourdes’

    A new growth just bursted out 3 flowers eventhough it bloomed 8 months ago. Still adjusting to a new hemisphere I guess lol. It’s so breathtaking still…
  3. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri coerulea

    Not the best flowering of this plant but it was stuck in a corner while back. More light will produce better blooms. Bad Papa here 🥲.
  4. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri tipo flamea ‘Star of Brazil’

    Hey folks! Just want to share my excitement about just ‘procuring’ another beautiful flower/plant recently from Brazil. As some of you might know, warneri is my favourite cattleya species. And, flamea my fave colour form. So the combo is a dream!! Look at this beauty! I named her in...
  5. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri albescent ‘Dona Lourdes’

    My favourite colour form just opened! The pure white lip with green throat contrasts nicely with the light pink blush of the tepals. Simply divine! NS 14 cm Petals 8 x 5 cm Dorsal 7 x 2 cm Lip 4 x 7 cm Here you can see the semi water culture with the three layers and water tray. You can...
  6. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri coerulea

    A winter blooming unifoliate Cattleya species with massive 20 cm (8 inches) blooms. The petals are so big and heavy the midrib bends to the gravity, giving it a soft droopy look. On a smaller bloom in previous years, this droop was a lot less. But alas, is size or form better? That is the...
  7. DrLeslieEe

    Cattleya warneri coerulea

    Warneris have one of the largest cattleya flowers of the species (next to mossiaes), up to 20 cm (around 8 inches) in natural spread. Although they don’t have the full round petals of the hybrids, they make it up with their delicate colouring and fragrance. One of my favourite of the genera...
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