The kid is bored at school and needs some attention from grandpas and grandmas here... and he got some!How much time do you spend on thinking of these “unusual questions”? Why not do some research instead?? You will learn more that way. There are so many books on unifoliate Cattleyas that you dig out and read at your leisure.
But hopefully you will get people to respond and reply to you. But let me ask you one? What difference does it make???
The science classes have so much information. Anatom Physiology has so much to memorize and don't get me started on quantum mechanicsUnfortunately I did experience a heavy schedule in college but not 20 credits. I had two 19’s and two 18’s, and four 15’s. SUNY @ Syracuse was fun but I had loads of science courses and most featured a lab attached.
We had an OS member who brought in a Pamela H in bloom. Huge flower. Until I saw it I wouldn’t have believed a cattleya bloom so large existed. The bloom had very good substance! That I well remember, because just as soon as I had gently felt of the petal, I quickly pulled my fingers away and was starting to apologize for touching when the owner stopped me saying a gentle touch would cause no harm!I am just getting so cranky in my old age!! Sometimes I know that I react too quickly. I apologize for that.
An old track injury has been acting up lately and Captain Jack is doing his best to help!
It is not Theodores’ problem but I apologize to him.
I did find an observation which quoted 10 3/8” for a Pamela Hetherington and that would be a huge flower!! But I would suspect that with line bred hybrids that there are some that push 12”! I wonder
If that large flower would have any kind of substance to it?