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Old 04-08-2024, 02:49 PM
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I have found it has a name..4 buds down from 6 but growing from both ends. The flowers are small and retain the "beak" of the sophronitis.






with your mini catts !!!
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if you cant grow coccinea grow these bec you can grow whats close to it!! they have the red rose type velvet to them. thanks for looking

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last one to open is the smallest and I think might be best looking one too..

off to the bench for another 6 months already got things happening!!

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