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Old 05-26-2022, 02:22 PM
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i am in awe! this is a masterpiece and i was already a HUGE fan of your work


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Roberta, thank you I want to have a little bit piece of mesoamerican jungle in my home
Thank you so much camille1585 I hope
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New platystele bloomed:





I call her well-fed mosquito I like Italian word mosquito - zanzara

Well, the old one is blooming

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The "old" mosquito has such translucent wings! Quite lovely.
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Bulbophyllum auratum pink





Vanda Chulee Blue Classic No.05



First blooming vanda for 10 years
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And that beautiful little Sophronitis! You were very patient with the Vanda. Surprise! Nice color. I am surprised to see a hybrid standard Vanda among your little species. Truly a tropical paradise.
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And that beautiful little Sophronitis!
Thank you, Roberta I showed it hybrid of Hoffmannseggella milleri x Sophronitis miniata. It's always blooming, non stop.

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You were very patient with the Vanda. Surprise! Nice color.
Thank you I had a lot of vandas hybrids (ascocendas) 14 years ago, they blooming very well. But I lost them in 2013. In 2019 I tried again. Now I have vandarium Little space under bright lamp and mysting system for 4 vandas hybrids.



One of them is "Dino dream". Now it biggest hybrid, but don't bloom. Another pink hybrid, about vendor said that it blooms easily, don't bloom.
I have a lot of nanovandas - Schoenorchis



And present from Cattleya aclandiae



Tropical corner has therapeutical effect among longest dark winter.

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Bulbophyllum hirundinis





Cattleya aclandiae









Hoffmannseggella milleri x Sophronitis miniata



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A wonderful show! "Hoffmannseggella milleri x Sophronitis miniata"... Ah, the naming wars. The milleri used to be Laelia, now all of them are Cattleya. Simpler, but quite useless as far as saying anything useful about the plants. <sigh>
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Thank you
I know, all they now Cattleyas. But brasilian vendors use old nomenclature. And I agree. Because Hoffmannseggella mean rock Laelia, Sophronitis mean charming microbes in Cattleya's family
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