Phrag. Stacey Ann

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Received this a few months ago and it flowered! This is day 2 of it being open. Seems to do well in the office environment. Not a huge fan of how it grows though since it puts out long rhizomes and is already growing outside of the pot.
 

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I think you are mistaken. I don't see any registered Phrag. Stacey Ann, there is a Stacey Ann Lynn (Albopurpureum x besseae), which this clearly is not. Your bloom does look like pure line-bred besseae. Yay! :)
 
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I think you are mistaken. I don't see any registered Phrag. Stacey Ann, there is a Stacey Ann Lynn (Albopurpureum x besseae), which this clearly is not. Your bloom does look like pure line-bred besseae. Yay! :)
That's what I thought as well. I received this from a member on orchidsforum.com since someone offered it to me for no cost, but I've been wanting a besseae anyways so no complaints here!
 

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could also be a Jersey (besseae x dalessandroi) which is basically besseae in today's parlance... wait and see if it branches (although that's not a dead giveaway anymore either)

Either way nice bloom !

:)
 

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If I had a living besseae that flowered I would be happy no matter which direction it waved its arms)
 

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