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Brassolaeliocattleya Orchid

Coded for DMC
Brassolaeliocattleya Orchid. Coded for DMC
© 1990 Ross Originals
Design Size: 134 stitches high, 113 stitches wide (14 count: 10" x 8.5" or approx. 24.5 cm x 21 cm)
(16 count: 8.5" x 7.5" or approx. 21.5 cm x 18 cm)
(18 count: 7.5" x 6.5" or approx. 19 cm x 16 cm)
Fabric Size: Working on 14 count: No less than 16" x 15" (41 cm x 38 cm)
Working on 16 count: No less than 15" x 14" (38 cm x 36 cm)
Working on 18 count: No less than 14" x 13" (36 cm x 33 cm)

About the Brassolaeliocattleya Orchid

Cattleya (pronounced cat-lee-uh) takes its name from a Mr William Cattley, a keen North London amateur of the early 19th century who took particular interest in the genus.

There are approximately sixty species of Cattleya. They come from a wide range of habitats and heights in the jungle, being found mostly on forest trees. Although originating in extremely humid areas, they are now grown under much drier conditions with greater success.

Cattleya also crosses with Brassavola to form a group known as Brassocattleya, these in turn have been crossed with the Laelias to form Brassolaeliocattleyas.

Others in the series are: Cattleya
                                    Paphiopedilum
                                    Phragmipedium

Please contact your nearest Australian Retail Outlet or Overseas Distributor (if not from Australia) if you wish to purchase this chart.

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