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Cymbidium Assassination Tango

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(Memoria Amelia Earhart x Khai Tango)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Ed D. was awarded an HCC / AOS with a score of 79 points for his exhibited Cymbidium  Assassination Tango giving it the cultivar name of  'Fires of Spring' in February of 2015.

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CULTIVATION

The International Orchid Register

Cymbidium Assassination Tango

Cymbidium
Epithet
Assassination Tango
Synonym Flag
This is not a synonym
Registrant Name
A.Easton
Originator Name
A.Easton
Date of registration
24/02/2015
 
Seed parent
Cymbidium Memoria Amelia Earhart
Pollen parent
Cymbidium Khai Tango
 

SOURCE: The International Orchid Register

 

 

Family Tree

Ancestral Species Percentages

  • Cym. devonianum 37.50%
  • Cym. insigne 20.36%
  • Cym. lowianum 14.05%
  • Cym. floribundum 7.03%
  • Cym. hookerianum 5.11%
  • Cym. eburneum 4.76%
  • Cym. lowianum var. kalawense 4.25%
  • Cym. sanderae 2.73%
  • Cym. schroederi 2.05%
  • Cym. tracyanum 1.71%
  • Cym. iridioides 0.20%
  • na 0.20%
  • Cym. mastersii 0.049%, 

 

SOURCE:  Blue Nanta

 

 

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