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Old 01-24-2021, 11:07 AM
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Daang it's cute, I really like the peachy color gradient.

Are these plants scented?

I think Steve's are, but I haven't noticed anything on mine yet. I'll do some sniff tests at different times during the day when it's in full bloom!
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Well, that was sure worth the wait! Love the peachy coloration.
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Beautiful! And now I crave some vanilla ice cream. The shading of color, with the spots, really grabs me. And with all those spikes, going to be VERY spectacular.
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After Mr.F brought up peaches, I've been wanting to eat fresh peaches. Sadly I will have to wait another 6 months for those! I guess I'll have to fall back on vanilla ice cream in the meantime, which I think I can live with.
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Wow, I love the color on this one!
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Almost in full bloom! I love this plant more and more every day.



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That's a WOW!

Also a true test of the patience required to get here!
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Almost in full bloom! I love this plant more and more every day.
I can definitely see why! It's a stunner!

Definitely have that judged when you can! I'm not sure if y'all are having judging right now or if you have to wait until the next bloom, which could be again in summer or next year.
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I can definitely see why! It's a stunner!

Definitely have that judged when you can! I'm not sure if y'all are having judging right now or if you have to wait until the next bloom, which could be again in summer or next year.
What award do you think it would deserve Mr. Judge?
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Oh wow, spectacular! What an amazing show!
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