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Old 04-08-2017, 03:26 PM
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Whoa! You'd have to change your name to "nobilior whisperer" if that's another spike!
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Defiantly the big winner. Can't wait to see the bloom or blooms.
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Ladies and gentlemen I think we have a winner........ME!!! Ok Katrina wins too! Spike for sure!
Awesome! For my prize...i choose the plant! I lost my amal in the great rot last summer so feel free to mail it out at your earliest convenience.
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3 spikes for certain!
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Hey bud, let's party!
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Technically speaking it's not a party until someone else shows up!
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Nice, mine decided to bloom but I need to get a better picture of it.
Second time that it's blooming for me. Although I'm assuming it's nobilior, I always have my doubts, my mother bought it originally and lost the tag. It's a bifoliate that flowers from the rhizome but I'm worried it could actually be a hybrid haha, I'll figure it out eventually - it doesn't look like it had hybrid influence but who knows

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Nice, mine decided to bloom but I need to get a better picture of it.
Second time that it's blooming for me. Although I'm assuming it's nobilior, I always have my doubts, my mother bought it originally and lost the tag. It's a bifoliate that flowers from the rhizome but I'm worried it could actually be a hybrid haha, I'll figure it out eventually - it doesn't look like it had hybrid influence but who knows

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The species is pretty distinctive, so I think we'll be able to definitively tell you if its a hybrid or not. I look forward to seeing your post!
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