Cattleya Skinneri Alba 4N

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Cattleya skinneri was one of the earlier of the Cattleya species discovered, appearing in 1836 — just after Cattleya mossiae. This delightful small-flowered Cattleya species always produces an abundance of bright rose-lavender flowers. Cattleya skinneri produces from five to 12 flowers on a spike and usually has more than one lead even on a small plant, so the result is a marvelous display of flowers. The flowers are somewhat larger than those of C. bowringiana, normally measuring about 4 inches (10 cm) across, although some can be as large as 5 inches (12.5 cm).
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Cattleya skinneri was one of the earlier of the Cattleya species discovered, appearing in 1836 — just after Cattleya mossiae. This delightful small-flowered Cattleya species always produces an abundance of bright rose-lavender flowers. Cattleya skinneri produces from five to 12 flowers on a spike and usually has more than one lead even on a small plant, so the result is a marvelous display of flowers. The flowers are somewhat larger than those of C. bowringiana, normally measuring about 4 inches (10 cm) across, although some can be as large as 5 inches (12.5 cm).
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