Greenwich : AFVCAT006
Greenwich, The Cattleya orchid grows Sympodial and vegetatively, with rhizomes attached to the plant. The rhizome can be long and short. Roots growing from rhizomes. and no roots on the branches, they are a semi-aerial root system. The roots will suck food from the air and the planting material. The flowers are large, green, lemon color And the petals are greasy. In 1 inflorescence has 1-2 flowers, 1 flower with 5 petals. The lip color is purple. The fragrance has been popular for a long time. Considered as cattleya that is easy breed.