Cattleya x fascelis or C. Fascelis your choice

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For you C. aclandiae and C. bicolor fans (I am huge fan of both) there is this beauty. She brings the contrast, substance, color saturation and fragrance on a easy to grow plant. Seven 10 cm flowers on a 12 inch inf. The whole plant photo in bright sun.C80DFB6B-5761-4786-94E8-1CC5DEF24A56.jpeg A7B40949-3CF2-4E30-AD56-B12DFFA6D257.jpeg
 

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i missed this beauty
So did I, so did I.... but thanks to Stephen no more! 👏

Ps. C. x fascelis (natural hybrid) or C. Fascelis (man made hybrid) isn't actually down to our choice. But, as with P. x wenshanense vs. P. Conco-bellatulum, there is no chance in Hell to distinguish between the two of them, unless there is an unbroken papertrail documenting the proveniens of the natural hybrid!
 

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