Cattleya rex 2021

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DrLeslieEe

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When you say clone 'Urqu', do you mean that they are of a certain ecotype (from a certain area) or a forma (of a certain color form)?

Or do you mean one of the parents is "Urqu'?

Or you are naming the last one 'Urqu'?
 

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I said 'this clone has been dubbed' which was a facetious way to say I named this clone. Since I have over 20 of these plants, I am giving each one a Quechua name as they bloom.

When you say clone 'Urqu', do you mean that they are of a certain ecotype (from a certain area) or a forma (of a certain color form)?

Or do you mean one of the parents is "Urqu'?

Or you are naming the last one 'Urqu'?
 

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Great job William. Glad to see after moving from the greenhouse to your grow tent they have not skipped a beat. Hope this continues to do well moving forward. Very happy I invested in the spider farmer led too, hoping to bloom a few Cattleyas that have eluded me. Good luck with the flask. I’ll be watching your channel.
 

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Two more have bloomed and one got an HCC last night at AOS judging. What a feeling to grow these for seven years from flask and finally get that award. And...at least two more clones are in bud!

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C. maxima cærulea, C. rex 'Mayu', C. rex 'Unu' (12-inch / 30-cm ruler in photo for scale)

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C. rex 'Unu'

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C. rex 'Mayu' HCC/AOS (78 pts) with Bulb. echinolabium photobomb
 
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