Cattleya Trianae

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  • February 8, 2023 at 8:35 pm #12280

    The Cattleya Trianae is my new favorite orchid to grow. I heard H&R was downsizing and decided to buy up all what they had. I really enjoy the large flowers, the smell of them, and the color.

    February 9, 2023 at 10:07 am #12317

    Good choice and very nice. I also got a Cattleya trianae from H&R. It’s labeled as C. trianae v. tipo. The color looks like yours. It has a slight fragrance.

    February 9, 2023 at 11:23 pm #12326

    Very very nice Rylan, thanks for sharing this photo.

    Cattleya trianaei (pronounced tri-an-ee) is a long lasting winter bloomer, it is known for it’s finely shaped flowers (of the unifoliate Cattleyas) and excellent range of colors (with many pastel shades, varieties with flares, and feathering in the petals). It is the national flower of Columbia.

    It is a vigorous grower with two growths a year in sequence and both flowering in winter.It produces two or three flowers per stem unlike other unifoliate species like C. mossiae, C. labiata and C. dowiana that may produce four or more flowers per stem.

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