Hybrids result from orchid plants that have been crossed with other orchid plants (species or hybrids) and are grown from seeds so that they acquire traits from both parents. Superior hybrids can subsequently be cloned to produce a quantity of plants that are nearly identical. The thumbnail plant displayed on the ‘Hybrids’ category is a clone of a single plant that was deemed superior to its siblings. Buying a hybrid means that you have a plant that is different from any other orchid plant in the world and if you selected well, this plant could potentially win an orchid award.

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