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Unread 02-12-2012, 04:38 PM
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Default Shauna Austin going to flower

so thrilled This is the first rebloom on her for me

Taken this morning
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Cool, can't wait to see it opened.
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Woo hoo! How exciting!
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I love Phrag season!
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Thanks everyone, I'll be sure to post when she opens
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It looks real healthy. Can't wait to see the bloom!
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She opened a bit yesterday, and is mostly opened today







I think these phrags are the easiest plants to grow
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Very nice! The pouch reminds me of my Phrag. Pink Fire.
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