C. Miss Endicott
(C. loddigesii var. coerulea x maxima var. coerulea)
C. Miss Endicott (Also known as C. Oliventensis) is a primary hybrid between the coerulea forms of Cattleya loddigesii and Cattleya maxima. C. loddigesii var. coerulea has upright inflorescences topped with multiple blue-lavendar flowers with a nice yellow throat. C. maxima var. coerulea produces large stems of sweetly fragrant coerulea flowers, up to 6 inches wide and are a light baby blue with muted veining in the lip and the typical trademark of a brilliant yellow stripe down the center. We are looking forward to the offspring of this cross.
(About 1-2 years from blooming size.)