We expect colors between intense fuchsia hues, like the picture above, and smoky rosy-pinks, topping it all off with contrasting, showy lip patterns. This hybrid, from the cross between Cattleya purpurata and Cattleya Pacavia, making this plant 3/4 Cattleya purpurata, giving the flowers more intense color, and 1/4 Cattleya tenebrosa which increases the size and showiness of the lip.
This hardy, outdoor Cattleya is well suited by its lofty name, often producing two-three large blooms on its first flower spike! .Temperature Tolerant. June - July blooming.
Base blooming size, $35.
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