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Catasetum Susan Fuchs

 

 

Catasetum Susan Fuchs

R.F.Orchids 1982 - registered (RHS)

Catasetum expansum × Catasetum Orchidglade

 

Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Sunrise' JC AOS Photo courtesy of Fred Clarke, Sunset Valley Orchids

 

Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Burgundy Chips’

male flower

female flower

 

Flower Color The flowers are greenish yellow with reddish maroon spots.
Flowers per spike From 4 to 5.
Flower size From 7 to 10 cm across.
Preferred conditions It requires a warm environment with bright light and good ventilation. It needs to be frequently watered during the growth period with a good reduction when the leaves drop. Watering is a delicate point in the culture of Catasetum in general. It can be cultivated in suspend pots or pieces of wood. When the fines roots are growing upright, it is a signal of good cultural conditions.
Season of bloom Later winter and early spring.
Origin This an artificial hybrid formed by Catasetum expansum (75%) which is endemic to Ecuador and Catasetum pileatum (25%) from Venezuela, Trinidad-Tobago, Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil (states of Pará and Amazonas).
Comments Catasetum produces inflorescence bearing either male or female flowers or both at the same time or subsequently. Its flowers are not long-lasting.

 http://www.delfinadearaujo.com/datacent/catase03.htm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ctsm. Susan Fuchs 'Bugundy Chips' FCC AOS 

 

 

 

Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Sunrise' JC/AOS BS div  

 

 

Parentage:

 

Catasetum expansum  ×  Catasetum Orchidglade

 

 

Gallery:

 

 

 

 

 

Awarded Exhibits:

 

1983 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Orchidglade' AM / AOS, Jones & Scully, Miami, Florida. 82 points'  
     
1985 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Paragon' AM / AOS, John German, Miami, Florida, 84 points  
     
1988

Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Freckles and Cream' HCC / AOS, Fred Paget, Mill Valley, California, 76 points

 
1993 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Robon' HCC / AOC, Bassan R. & C., Australia, 79.7 points  
  Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Large Spots'  HCC / AOC, Rawlings M. & S., Australia, 79.8 points  
     
1994 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Burgundy Chips' FCC / AOS, Charles Alford. Winter Garden, Florida, 90 points  
     
1995 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Tropic 1' AM / AOS, Tropic 1 Orchids, Haines City, FL, 84 points  
     
1999 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Burgandy Chips' HCC / AOS, Stafford N., Australia, 75.9 points  
     
2003 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Sunrise' JC / AOC, Ed Merkle, Nashville, Tennessee  
     
2004 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Yellow Bird' BM / TOGA, Jumbo Orchids, 78 points  
     
2005 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'Remar'  AM / AOS, Renee and MarvinGerber, Houston, Texas, 81 points  
     
2006 Catasetum Susan Fuchs 'CJ' AM / AOC, Hobden T. & D., Australia, 81.3 points  

 

https://www.orchids.org/grexes/catasetum-susan-fuchs

 

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Read More:

 

http://www.orchidboard.com/community/catasetum-and-stanhopea-alliance/60955-ctsm-susan-fuchs.html

http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=771

https://www.orchidsforum.com/threads/catasetum-susan-fuchs-sunrise-jc-aos-bs-div.20194/

 

Orchid Hybrid: Catasetum Susan Fuchs
Catasetum Susan Fuchs is an orchid hybrid originated by R.F.Orchids in 1982. It is a cross of Ctsm. expansum x Ctsm. Orchidglade. https://orchids.org/grexes/catasetum-susan-fuchs 

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