Cattleya lueddemanniana coerulea x semi-alba

Cattleya lueddemanniana coerulea x semi-albaCattleya lueddemanniana coerulea x semi-albaCattleya lueddemanniana coerulea x semi-alba - Plant photo by Richard LindbergThe genus Cattleya (C) contains quite a few species from tropical South America. They do best in a medium that has good drainage and dry between watering. Give them a short dryer rest after blooming.

Cattleya lueddemanniana grows on the northern coast of Venezuela. It is fragrant, warm to hot growing and needs bright light. It blooms in summer or fall.

Cattleya lueddemanniana semi-alba 'Margret' AM/AOS This plant is in sphagnum over peanuts in a 4 1/2-inch clay pot. There are eight pseudobulbs and the plant stands five inches above the pot.

10/14/2013 - New plant picture.

09/08/2012 - Added to collection from Steve Christoffersen, Catt lueddemanniana coerulea (Amparo x Siquisiqui AM/AOS) x semi-alba 'Margret' AM/AOS

TRIBE: Epidendreae     SUBTRIBE: Laeliinae