Friday, 27 November 2015 18:32

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold

Written by
Rate this item
(2 votes)

(Rlc. Toshie AokiRlc. Waianae Princess)

Rhyncholaeliocattleya tainan gold

LIGHT
bright light
WATER
allow dry between waterings
HUMIDITY
50 % or more
TEMPERATURE
Intermediate to warm
BLOOM SEASON
Spring, Summer and Fall

 

2 - 3 deep yellow and red flowers, measuring on average 5 inches across on a medium-sized plant.

 

 

 

CULTIVATION

The International Orchid Register

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold

 

Rhyncholaeliocattleya tainan gold

Genus
Rhyncholaeliocattleya
Epithet
Tainan Gold
Synonym Flag
This is not a synonym
Synonym Genus Name
Brassolaeliocattleya
Registrant Name
T.H.Chen
Originator Name
T.H.Chen
Date of registration
11/06/1991
 
Seed parent
Rhyncholaeliocattleya Toshie Aoki
Pollen parent
Rhyncholaeliocattleya Waianae Princes
 
 

SOURCE: The Internatonal Orchid Register

 

 

VENDOR INFORMATION

Orchids Limited

Rhyncholaeliocattleya tainan gold

Color
Yellow and Red
Bloom Season
Fall - Winter
Temperature
Intermediate - Warm
Light
Medium
 
Fragrant!
 
 
 

Intro:
This hybrid (Blc. Toshie Aoki x Blc. Waianae Princess) produces deep yellow 6-inch flowers with a hint of scarlet on the outer tip of the petals. The lip is deep scarlet red and has a rich velvety texture. There is a nice citrus fragrance and the flowers have good substance lasting 6-8 weeks.

Light:
Medium light from 1500 to 3500 footcandles being ideal. East windows are fine in summer months in the Northern or Southern hemispheres but once late fall sets in a south window is better to continue growth and enhance flowering.

Humidity:
50% or higher is ideal. The use of humidity trays or room humidifiers is beneficial.

Water:
It is best to use rainwater, distilled or reverse osmosis water. Municipal water with a pH of 7.5 or lower can also be used. Water when the mix approaches dryness. In winter months allow the mix to become just dry between watering during active growth or flowering. At other times allow the mix to become just dry between watering.

Overwatering can cause several problems such as root rot and infectious bacteria/fungus in the potting medium.

Fertilizer:
Use a 20-10-20 Ureafree for municipal or well water. Use at the rate of ½ teaspoon per gallon. If using GrowMore with rain, distilled, or reverse osmosis water, add back in 5 - 10% municipal or well water to supply the necessary calcium and magnesium. Fertilize every other watering in the summer and every third watering in the winter.

SOURCE: Orchids Limited

 

Orchid.com

(Tainan Gold 'Canary')

This fabulous hybrid was named after the most historic city in Taiwan ! From the breeding line of the famed Miyamoto Orchid Nursery, Blc. Tainan Gold is a result of their yellow Cattleya breeding program. This particular clone, ‘Canary’, has captured the best of both its parents, being vigorous and free flowering, capable of producing up to 4 large 12.0cm fragrant flowers per spike, a great improvement over its pollen parent, Toshie Aoki. A spring to fall bloomer, its golden yellow flowers accented with wine red flares are dramatically set off by a large ruffled deep wine red lip with golden yellow eye spots. Very Highly Recommended for large dramatic flowers beautifully presented on their inflorescence !
 
COLOR
Yellow with red
BLOOM SEASON
Spring into Fall
PROGINATION METHOD
Mericlone
FRAGRANT
Yes
PLANT LOCATION
Greenhouse, House, Outdoors
LIGHT
Bright, but not mid-day full sun
CLASS
Cattleya
GENUS
Blc.
HYBRID NAME
Tainan Gold
CULTIVAR
'Canary' AM/AOS
POD PARENT
Blc. Toshie Aokis
SEED PARENT
Blc. Waianae Princess
AWARDS
AM/AOS
SPECIES
No
COMPACT GROWER
No

 

SOURCE: Orchids.com

 

(Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole')

Eye popping color on 4” flowers ! A more compact grower than most of the standard yellow Cattleyas, it can produce three large golden flowers on each inflorescence, each accented with wine red flaring. Its huge and bold ruffled wine red lip, touched with gold veining, adds to its overall impact. Extremely fragrant flowers with firm substance and a sparkling texture. Highly Recommended !  

 
COLOR
Yellow with red
BLOOM SEASON
Spring into Fall
PROGINATION METHOD
Mericlone
FRAGRANT
Yes
PLANT LOCATION
Greenhouse, House, Outdoors
LIGHT
Bright, but not mid-day full sun
TEMPERATURE
Intermediate, warm
CLASS
Cattleya
GENUS
Blc.
HYBRID NAME
Tainan Gold
CULTIVAR
'Golden Oriole' AM/AOS
POD PARENT
Blc. Toshie Aokis
SEED PARENT
Blc. Waianae Princess
AWARDS
AM/AOS
SPECIES
No
COMPACT GROWER
True

 

SOURCE: Orchids.com

 

 

ORCHIS 

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold 'ORCHIS'

 

COLOR
Yellow with red
BLOOM SEASON
Summer into Fall
BLOOMS PER SPIKE
2 - 3
FRAGRANT
Yes
FLOWER SIZE
16 cm / 6.3 inches
PROGINATION METHOD
Mericlone
 
 
 

SOURCE: Orchids.com

 

OWENS' ORCHIDS

 

Blc. Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole', AM-AOS, AM-OSROC

6+" yellow-gold with red flares, red lip with gold eyes.

 

 

 

 

Blc. Tainan Gold 'Orchis'

6" yellow-gold with thin red flaring, red lip with yellow-gold eyes

 

 

 

 

Blc. Tainan Gold 'Canary'

Deep yellow - red lip. 6+" flowers. Fall blooming.

 

 

SOURCE: Owen's Orchids

 

FATINO ORCHIDS

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold 'Bei-Jian'

Fragrance: YES
Blooming season: Summer
Flower diameter:16 cm / 6.3  inches
Blooms in one stalk: 2~3

 

 

SOURCE: Fatino Orchids

 

 

 

 

ORCHIDS-SHOP

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold `Golden Oriole` 

 

  • Full grown orchid (not blooming at this time)
  • Pot size: 15 cm
  • Normal room temperature
  • Needs daylight / a lot of light
  • Grows and blooms easily
  • Imports from Taiwan

 

SOURCE: Orchids Shop 

 

ROYAL ORCHID CLUB

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole' AM/AOS BS 

Genus: Brassolaeliocattleya
Plant Size: Blooming Size
Propagation: Mericlone
Flower Color: Golden Yellow with red Lip
Fragrance: Unknown

 

This plant is a Mericlone plant and member of the Brassolaeliocattleya family.  The name or crossing of this plant is: Blc Tainan Gold 'Golden Oriole' AM/AOS (Blc Toshie Aoki X Blc Waianae Princess).

 

SOURCE: Royal Orchid Club

 

 

Credits:

 

format completed

 

Read 7839 times Last modified on Monday, 30 November 2015 20:20
  • No comments found

Leave your comments

Post comment as a guest

0
Your comments are subjected to administrator's moderation.

DISCLAIMER

All information presented here is for educational and informational purposes only under the guidelines of "Fair Use" policies defined by US Copyright law(s).  Some images and select text are protected by respective copyright holders. Material presented here is done so as educational, and "as is".  The Napa Valley Orchid Society, it's executive Board, General members and the web site maintainer cannot be held liable for any damages incurred.

When necessary, images and texts will be fully credited to the original.

Information here may be used by other orchid societies as long as they credit the original creator and at least mention the Napa Valley Orchid Website as a courtesy.

TOP