Mormodia Barnabas Collins

 

Cl. Grace Dunn (Cl. rosea x Cl. warczewitzii) blooms in mid-winter on leafless plants with 15 or more pink and green flowers with cute frilly lips and a wonderful citrus fragrance on multiple pendent inflorescences. Morm. tapoayensis has a dark purple flower with darker spots in deep burgundy - the color is really unusual.  Mormodes are dominant for flower color, and we expect the flowers of the offspring to be darkly pigmented with some darker spotting. Plants with multiple pendulous inflorescences carrying 12-16 flowers each. This is a remake of a highly successful cross. The first time these were produced, Barnabas Collins 'SVO Dark Night' received a First Class Certificate.  When awarded, the plant carried 117 flowers and buds on 7 inflorescences, all from a single pseudobulb!!!  ( Description by Fred Clarke of Sunset Valley Orchids )

 

2021 Grow Blog

 

Mormodia Barnabas Collins is an orchid hybrid originated by F.Clarke in 2014.

 

Ancestry:

 

( Cl. Grace Dunn x Morm. tapoayensis

 

 

 

Culture:

 

 

 

cultivars:

 

Mo. Barnabas Collins 'SVO Dark Night' (2016)

 

Mo. Barnabas Collins 'Dark Shadows' (2014)

 

 

 

Additional Information

 

 

 

https://orchids.org/grexes/mormodia-barnabas-collins

https://bluenanta.com/detail/information/?pid=100973699&role=

 

 

 

 

 

 

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