BLC can anyone tell me the hybrid name

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by Alison Brown

Brought this several years ago from an orchid club event and have lost the label since I moved. Hoping someone may recognize it.

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  1. Nathan Le
    about 4 years ago
    Hi! I think it may be Blc. King of Taiwan.
  2. Alison Brown
    about 4 years ago
    Thanks for your comments. I have moved from the town I was and frankly the fact I managed to drag most of the plants around with me and they survived is nothing short of a miracle. So maybe I just have to accept defeat .
  3. Carol Holdren
    about 4 years ago
    Could you post a photo in your orchid club newsletter to see if anyone can give you a clue?
  4. Julie Ellner
    about 4 years ago
    Do you remember anything about the name? Because the odds are good that's the only way anyone will identify it I could name a baker's dozen grexes that it could be from. I will say that it's probably an awarded plant that reminds me of any number of crosses that Stewart's produced during its heyday.

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