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That's awesome! I find reds really difficult to photograph.
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AAAAHHHH!!!! It's burning through my screen! Where's my fire extinguisher?!!!

That's a spectactular red! Great shape, too!
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Beautiful form and color. Looks like you kept the right one! How large is the plant?
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Wow! Great color.
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I want one of those! I just love bright colours like that one. I understand that these phrags can bloom a long time.
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Beautiful form and color. Looks like you kept the right one! How large is the plant?
it has about a 9inch leaf span
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Great job, what a beauty. Why didn't I buy one of those??? Or did I and just killed it or can't find it???

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Wait, I found it x longifolium I bought from you at some point, I knew that sounded familiar. Looks like it won't be ready to flower for a few years yet though.
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Great job, what a beauty. Why didn't I buy one of those??? Or did I and just killed it or can't find it???

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Wait, I found it x longifolium I bought from you at some point, I knew that sounded familiar. Looks like it won't be ready to flower for a few years yet though.
I only had a few flasks that got sold and keep one for myself and sold all the seedlings at our show in 2005.
The cross you have is Phrag Tom Lang,it should flower this year
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Maybe in someone elses growing environment...mine still looks like it was taken from the flask 2 months ago....maybe I bought the runt??? JK. I'm anxious to see what it looks like when it does flower.
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*puts sunglasses on*
Darn that's one brilliant blooming orchid.
Just...stunning.
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