C. warscewicii v. coerulea

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DrLeslieEe

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Nice blooming Tom. Splendid classic.

In these pics, it looks almost type coloration. Is it more coerulea in sunlight?
 

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Lovely flower, but.......
...........In these pics, it looks almost type coloration. Is it more coerulea in sunlight?
..........I have the same thoughts as Leslie but would go farer and I would say.....by all photos I have seen so far....sorry to say this...... this is a normal coloured form and no f. coerulea.
 

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Lovely flower, but.......

..........I have the same thoughts as Leslie but would go farer and I would say.....by all photos I have seen so far....sorry to say this...... this is a normal coloured form and no f. coerulea.
Nice blooming Tom. Splendid classic.

In these pics, it looks almost type coloration. Is it more coerulea in sunlight?
Well as usual Leslie (and Rudolf) are correct. I moved it to various light situations (bright to shade) and no matter how hard I tried there is more “pinkish“ tone than blue.

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Very nice tipo gigas, but not coerulea.Congrats, not an easy to bloom catt.👏👏👏👏👌👌👌👌
 

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Beautiful color! I don't see much coerulea, but it still has great color.
 
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