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MarianaNJ


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Registered: March 2015
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While on vacation in Jamaica (Negril), my friend and I collected 3 orchids. All 3 were parched on trees. We picked several bulbs and brought them home. Finally, after 3 years two bloomed. One is planted in clay, the other two in wooden baskets. Needless to say, I'm trying to ID them, or at least come close to the species name. I have photos of the bulbs and flowers.
· Date: Sun July 26, 2015
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