We expect this cross to throw a curve ball or two. Even though the pod parent is yellow and the pollen parent is pink, expect the majority of the progeny to come through as white with perhaps some yellows and pinks thrown in. For those that are a bit curious, check out Cattleya Mari's Magic on OrchidWiz or www.orchidroots.com. The flowers will be large (about 15cm) and they should be fragrant.
Cattleya, and their extended family of Orchids, originate from Central America. Sometimes known as windowsill orchids, Cattleya are a tolerant, easy to grow, indoor orchid; who enjoy a well lit, cool-warm position in your home (although we recommend avoiding too much direct sunlight in the heat of the day, morning or afternoon will be fine). They are a pleasure to own with their frequently large, showy flowers.
What you will eventually see flowering will be a blending of the two parents. In some cases we are able to provide you with a photo of the progeny, however please bear in mind that variations in colour, etc are expected with seedling crosses.