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Guldal,
I can send you a list of plants I’m growing.
It’s a combination of selected clones and seedlings.
The species are the usual large flowered species including labiata, lueddemanniana, mossiae, warscewiczii, trianae, jenmanii, gaskelliana.
When you get into this world there are so many to chose from! You could have a greenhouse full of plants of a single species and everyone would be different!
David
 

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Oh and let’s not forget cattleya/laelia purpurata!
No, no reason to forget that one! I just bought a relatively large and well grown clone of purpurata var. vinicolor from the chairman of our local orchid society. Can't wait to see it bloom!
 

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The species are the usual large flowered species including labiata, lueddemanniana, mossiae, warscewiczii, trianae, jenmanii, gaskelliana.
When you get into this world there are so many to chose from! You could have a greenhouse full of plants of a single species and everyone would be different!
What happened to percivaliana?! :cool:
 

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It’s not my favourite as the scent is a bit weird. All the others have scents that vary between good and amazing. I always look for scent in a plant and it can vary quite a bit between clones of the same species. Saying that I do have a good named alba clone but it did arrive as a freebie.
 

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I’m finding purpurata to be a really vigorous grower when mature. Good luck with yours.
 

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I can send you a list of plants I’m growing.
It’s a combination of selected clones and seedlings.
Yes, please!

And, by the way, David, I'm always up for a division, if you have a compact growing clone of a species or two to spare? ;) But we might have to hurry up before (the hard) Brexit is done! 😭

Kind regards, Jens
 

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It is true that percivaliana has a very different distinctive scent that may insult some noses lol. To me it’s like a natural cough medicine of sorts... or crush insects (ewwww).

To its credit, it has several charming traits:

1. it blooms in time for Xmas
2. It has very full round shape naturally
3. It has very small footprint and tight small growths
4. it is one of the easiest species to grow
5. it breaks multiple leads easily

For these qualities, I highly recommend this species to everyone 😏!
 

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Guldal

List of catts
  1. Species

bowringiana var splendens

dormanniana var Dark knight x self

gaskelliana (dark)
gaskelliana alba (fine var- Petrens)
gaskelliana var blue dragon

jenmanii var coerulea 'cruzana'
jenmanii alba x self
jenmanii alba ‘Fuchs snow’

labiata var amesiana (Orquis x Marcia Regina)
labiata var semi alba (Antonio Paccione x cooksoniae)
labiata var semi alba (Ice Palace x Snow Queen)
labiata var semi alba (Strauß)
labiata var Rubra (schuller x?)
labiata var alba ‘Angerer’
labiata var ‘Emilia’
labiata var flamea ‘RS6’
labiata var coerulea ‘natural world’ x self


lueddemaniana 'pale' (fine var)
lueddemanniana var dark
lueddemanniana var splash labio solido
lueddemanniana var Cesar Fernandez
lueddemanniana var Sarita
lueddemanniana var alba ‘Virginia’
lueddemanniana var coerulea venosa
lueddemanniana var Cerro verde
lueddemanniana var mariauxi (maybe)

maxima semi alba var ‘la pedrena’

mossiae var alba
mossiae var alba ‘Bela Vista’
mossiae var reineckiana x2
mossiae var coerulea ‘canaima no.3’
mossiae var willowbrook

mendelli ‘herrenhausen’
mendelli concolor ‘Bucaramanga’


percivalliana alba var Oro blanco

purpurata var schusteriana 4n (Equilab x self)
purpurata var carnea
purpurata var werkhauseri
purpurata var tipo (select var)
purpurata var rubra(select var)
purpurata var Cindarosa
purpurata var tipo rosada ‘Brazil’
purpurata var tipo rosada ‘Claudio no.1’



schroderae (nomura x self)

trianaei var alba
trianaei alba var ‘Aranka Germaske’ ( 2 plants)
trianaei var mooreana
trianaei coerulea x self
trianaei (jungle queen AM/AOS x cashens FCC/AOS)
trianaei var coerulea pincelada
trianaei var Wein 2018
trianaei var semi alba


Warscewiczii semi alba ‘katia’
Warscewiczii alba var Leo Holguin
Warscewiczii var sanderiana

warneri var alba ‘Ricardo bells’
warneri var Graue


Primary hybrids

x canhamiana coerulea (mossiae x purpurata)
x eximia coerulea (warneri x purpurata)
Hardyana var semi alba (dowiana x warscewiczii)
Stonehouse var Duke of Marlborough

and finally laelia tenebrosa!

regards

david
 

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Great collection there David.

I see you have the lueddemaniana splash labio solido as well. It is a very nice flower.

I’m interested to see if you have bloomed that trianae coerulea pincelada. Is it a division?
 

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No it’s not, just a seedling from eBay. At least three years to flowering.
Have you a photo of the splash labio? Mine is FS but not yet flowered.
 

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Yes I do have a pic of mine. Quite stunning in real life. The red lip is almost dark blood purple red, as aptly named. Plus it’s a flamea too. Enjoy!

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As for the trianae coerulea pincelada, can’t wait to see! I did have one but didn’t quite make it. So getting another two to make up for it lol...
 

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Thanks Leslie, love it. Fingers crossed that mine is something similar. I bought mine from Max Strauß and his website shows something similar to yours with the very dark lip and flamea markings.
Talking of flameas, my flamea labiata ‘RS6’ is just showing a bud in the sheath. Its a first time flowering of an unseen clone so that will be interesting.
 

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David, thank you for that informative and impressive list! Definately a high quality collection you got there!

It seems, that I've acquired quite some different clones, if the name tags are to be believed. If I succeed in growing and flowering them, one day there might be a potential for exchanging divisions 😉

That is, if Boris doesn't botch it all, so we end up with impenetrable, firewall borders between you guys and continental Europe! He certainly at the present seems to work quite hard to obtain exactly that goal. One wonders, whether he considered himself exempt, when he so voraciously declared, that you should take back control?

PS. Someone seems to have a penchant for albas and semi-ditto?!

Kind regards, Jens
 
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...the lueddemaniana splash labio solido ... is a very nice flower.
Oh, yet again, Leslie, you take my breath away! That colour variety is simply to die for - the lueddemaniana to end (almost) all lueddemanianas! Colour, stance, everything is gorgeous!
 
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