Odontoglossum hybrid (Odm. Venilia x Odm nobile) treated
Odontoglossum hybrid (Odm. Venilia x Odm nobile) #5480 (approximately 25 seedlings per flask). These seedlings have been treated to alter the chromosome count. This does not guarantee that they will be 4N. For more information go to Ploidy.
The Hybrid: A new hybrid of Odontoglossum (Odm. Venilia 'Madison Heights' x Odm nobile 2n). The material for this cross comes from Bob Hamilton of Hawk Hill Nursery. He is a well known hybridizer of Odontoglossum who has been working with these for 40 years. Odontoglossum Venilia is a primary cross of Odm. cirrhosum x nobile. So this is 3 parts Odm nobile and 1 part Odm cirrhosum. At the present time I don't have an image of Odm. Venilia.
Culture: This Odontoglossum hybrid will need cool to cool-intermediate temperatures to thrive. Moderate to moderately bright light. If the temperatures are cool they can do well with the moderately bright light. You don’t want to give them so much light that the leaves feel warm to the touch. Give them year round water and dilute fertilizer. Traditionally grown in fine bark or bark mix.
Odontoglossum (Odm. Venilia 'Madison Heights' x Odm nobile 2n): First bloom seedling
Capsule Parent: Image currenty unavailable.
Pollen Parent: Odontoglossum nobile. I don't have the exact clone used for this cross so show here a clone from Hawk Hill Nursery
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