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Rhyncattleanthe Love Passion

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(William Farrell x Trick or Treat)

Phragmipedilum Sergeant Eric, Photo by Chuck Acker
LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in late spring - summer

 

 

Kathleen O. earned 3rd place at the April 2015, NVOS "Show and Tell" with her Rhyncattleanthe Love Passion 'Island Romance' .

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CULTIVATION

The International Orchid Register

Rhyncattleanthe Love Passion

Rhyncattleanthe
Epithet
Love Passion
Synonym Flag
This is not a synonym
Synonym Genus Name
Potinara
Registrant Name
Dogashima
Originator Name
Dogashima
Date of registration
07/11/1990
 
Seed parent
Rhyncholaeliocattleya William Farrell
Pollen parent
Cattlianthe Trick or Treat
 

SOURCE: The International Orchid Register

 

 

Blue Nanta

Ancestral Species Percentages

  • C. cinnabarina 20.31%
  • C. crispata 12.50%
  • Gur. aurantiaca 12.50%
  • C. dowiana 8.40%
  • C. mossiae 7.81%
  • C. coccinea 6.64%
  • C. harpophylla 6.25%
  • C. trianae 5.66%
  • C. gaskelliana 5.47%
  • C. labiata 5.08%
  • C. warscewiczii 2.54%
  • C. warneri 2.34%
  • Rl. digbyana 1.56%
  • C. schroederae 0.98%
  • C. purpurata 0.78%
  • C. lueddemanniana 0.78%
  • C. tenebrosa 0.39%,

 

Family Tree

((((((((C. dowiana x C. mossiae) x (C. cinnabarina x C. coccinea)) x (C. warscewiczii xC. purpurata)) x ((((C. dowiana x C. warscewiczii) x C. tenebrosa) x C. labiata) xC. dowiana)) x ((((C. warscewiczii x C. cinnabarina) x (C. dowiana x C. gaskelliana)) x C. dowiana) x ((C. schroederae x C. cinnabarina) x C. mossiae))) x ((C. dowiana x C. labiata) x C. coccinea)) x ((((C. gaskelliana x C. mossiae) x ((C. labiata x ((C. schroederae x C. trianae) x C. lueddemanniana)) x ((C. warneri x C. warscewiczii) x (C. lueddemanniana x C. warneri)))) x ((((C. gaskelliana x C. mossiae) x C. trianae) x(C. gaskelliana x C. mossiae)) x((C. gaskelliana x C. mossiae) x C. trianae))) x ((((C. gaskelliana x C. mossiae) x C. trianae) x (C. mossiae x C. warneri)) x ((Rl. digbyana x ((C. dowiana xC. labiata) x C. warscewiczii)) x ((C. dowiana x C. gaskelliana) x C. trianae))))) x((C. cinnabarina x C. crispata) x (Gur. aurantiaca x (C. cinnabarina x C. harpophylla))))

 

 

 

Rhyncattleanthe Love Passion

 

 

Rhyncholaeliocattleya William Farrell (left, above)

crossed with

Cattlianthe Trick or Treat (left, below)

 

SOURCE: Blue Nanta

 

 

DISCUSSIONS

 

 

VENDORS

 

Sobha Orchids

Potinara Love Passion 'Island Romance'

Potinara, abbreviated Pot is the nothogenus comprising intergeneric hybrids of Brassavola, Cattleya, Laelia and Sophronitis as parent genera.

This cross between Pot. William Farrell and Lc. Trick or Treat has generated this wonderful multifloral orange with a bright raspberry red lip. The flowers are of 3 inch size.

Hard grown Cattleyas have bigger, brighter, sturdier blooms and the inflorescence will be stronger and not require staking. Hard gown orchids are orchids which have not been treated as babies. They are usually exposed to extreames of climatic conditions as a young plant.

http://www.sobhaflowers.com/Whats%20new/Cattleya/LC%20Love%20Passion.html

 

et cetera

 

 

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