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I've been SO looking forward to these blooms...a gift from a very special friend

Beautiful photography courtesy of LauraN...thanks Laura
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It is always a pleasure to look at these deep orange flowers! Good work there!
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Thank you, Mauro
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WOoHOo .. Sue is has gone bloomin' wild!
Is this plant smaller than the Bsp Robert Randall you just posted?
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WOW! Great collor!

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Hmmm, I wonder if that is one of the parents of Blazing Treat? Defintiely looks like it might be.
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Very Pretty ! It must love Fl. Gin
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LC. BLAZING TREAT (Lc.Rojo x Lc.Trick or Treat)

Lc Rojo = C. aurantiaca X L. milleri

Lc. Trick or Treat = Laelia Icarus x Chit Chat

Yep, Paul .. grandparent ... very intuitive
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WOoHOo .. Sue is has gone bloomin' wild!
Is this plant smaller than the Bsp Robert Randall you just posted?
It's a much taller, very large Catt
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