Jesica Tahamata

Jesica Tahamata

Jesica Tahamata
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Cattleya Hardyana: Colombia. A natural hybrid between C. aurea and C. warscewiczii, it is an excellent plant for the amateur. Flowers large, up to eight inches, from three to five on a cluster. Sepals and petals are bright rose-purple, slightly paler at base. The broad frilled lip, about three inches across, is deep magenta-crimson with throat veined in gold, resembling the C. aurea parent, two rich orange-yellow "eyes" on the lip resembling the C. warscewiczii parent. I

Cattleya Hardyana: Colombia. A natural hybrid between C. aurea and C. warscewiczii, it is an excellent plant for the amateur. Flowers large, up to eight inches, from three to five on a cluster. Sepals and petals are bright rose-purple, slightly paler at base. The broad frilled lip, about three inches across, is deep magenta-crimson with throat veined in gold, resembling the C. aurea parent, two rich orange-yellow "eyes" on the lip resembling the C. warscewiczii parent. I

Cattleya trianae: Colombia. This, one of the most popular and variable of the labiata Cattleyas, has an involved history, first being introduced by Mr. Rucker of West Hill, Wandsworth, who received it from a correspondent in Colombia. After it flowered, it was submitted to Dr. Lindley who considered it a new species and called it Cattleya quadricolor, referring to the four colors observable in it.

Cattleya trianae: Colombia. This, one of the most popular and variable of the labiata Cattleyas, has an involved history, first being introduced by Mr. Rucker of West Hill, Wandsworth, who received it from a correspondent in Colombia. After it flowered, it was submitted to Dr. Lindley who considered it a new species and called it Cattleya quadricolor, referring to the four colors observable in it.

Species from the Eastern Cordillera in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Species from the Eastern Cordillera in Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Cattleya dowiana Bateman & Rchb.f.

Cattleya dowiana Bateman & Rchb.f.