Cattleya lueddemanniana

Greg Allikas
Wednesday, October 7th, 2015
Cattleya lueddemanniana is by some accounts, Venezuela's most beautiful orchid.


It is coveted by collectors for its color forms and compact plant habit. Join Greg Allikas as he discusses the species in nature, in collections and its culture. Greg Allikas is known the world over for his brilliant photographs of orchids. He has been a commercial photographer and orchid grower since 1970 and is an AOS awards photographer. He has written numerous articles for both ORCHIDS magazine and Orchid Digest.

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