Cattleya lueddemaniana forma coerulea flamea

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DrLeslieEe

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that is lovely. Could you photograph it in natural light, please?
Sorry by the time I got back from Tokyo, the bloom was spent. It looks pretty much the same in daylight.
 

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I can’t believe it’s only been 4 months since this plant flowered (in my mind, I thought a year had passed lol).

This is the second time it’s blooming this year from a second slower growth. Two slightly smaller flowers this time.
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Oh....not just the colouration but the form is excellent, too!First class flower!
 

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Thanks all. I like luddemanianas because they are small and compact, with tiny footprint, and large (usually round) flowers. They do require a little more light than other unifoliates since they grow in cactuses lol. I just put them closer to the light until the leaves are tinged or spotted red.
 

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Leslie, that's a really feast for the eyes. 👍 Could it be the colouration of the momentary flower(s) is slightly more bright.....or is it just the photo.
 

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super photo. I too love lueddemanniana as it’s so compact. You can fit lots on a sunny windowsill,
David
 

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They do require a little more light than other unifoliates since they grow in cactuses lol. I just put them closer to the light until the leaves are tinged or spotted red.
You can fit lots on a sunny windowsill,David

Would you, guys, think it possible to grow C. lueddemanianas in a South facing window on these latitudes (Denmark)?
 

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