- Flower nameCattleya Cornelia 'Alba'
- Scientific nameC.cornelia fma.alba
- Place of originhorticultural species
- Place of floweringGreenhouse
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, October, November, December
What is Cattleya Cornelia 'Alba'
Cattleya Cornelia 'Alba' (scientific name: C. Cornelia fma.alba) was bred by crossing Cattleya labiata (C. labiata) and Cattleya pumila (C. pumila). Here, now C. Lelia → Cattleya. Cornelia was formerly in the genus Lelia Cattleya (LC, Lelia x Cattleya), but is now incorporated into the genus Cattleya. Lelia x Cattleya (LC.) genus → Cattleya genus / Lc. Cornelia → C. Cornelia
Cornelia alba is a horticultural species, a perennial plant of the genus Cattleya in the orchid family. It has pure white, medium-sized flowers. The species name 'pumila' is Latin for 'dwarf' and 'Alba' means 'white flower'.
Common name: Cattleya Cornelia 'Alba', scientific name: C.Cornelia fma.alba, origin: Horticultural species, life style: non-hardy perennial, grows on trees and rocks, plant height: 20-30 cm, flower color: white. Flower color: white; flower diameter: 10-15 cm; flowering season: October-February (available year-round).