Lycaste virginalis (skinneri) and its hybrids

Lycaste virginalis (skinneri) and its hybrids

Mario Ferrusi discusses Lycaste skinneri! This legendary orchid has a rich history and is at the foundation of Lycaste breeding, lending its size and form to generations of hybrids. Mario is an AOS Vice President and an accredited judge. His 'Marsh Hollow' clonal name graces many beautiful cool and intermediate orchid species and hybrids. NOTE: Since this webinar was presented the accepted name for Lyc. skinneri is now Lycaste virginalis. All references to the former apply to the latter.

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