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Old 10-12-2019, 12:02 PM
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What a spectacular show! You have proven that even with very limited space, wonderful things are possible!
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What a spectacular show! You have proven that even with very limited space, wonderful things are possible!
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My new little update "Tolumnarium" contains 7 different hybrids



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My new project

Dendrophylax sallei on Hygrolon slab.



And I love this pretty couple very much

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My new plants:

Platystele umbellata



Lepanthes uxoria on the back and L. tracheia in the front.



Lepanthes caprimulgus on the back:



In the front Lepanthes delhierroi



Pleurothallis geographica in the blooms

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Piece of hygrolon's jungles

Trisetella abbreviata & Lepantes uxoria.



Lepantes uxoria



Christmas Elk from Lapland

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very striking colors on a tiny flower!
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very striking colors on a tiny flower!
It's true, thank you
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My new Sophronitis wittigiana x coccinea flava.

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Lepanthes Uxoria
I love this architecture of lepanthes I love this architecture of lepantines Gothic serrated columns and stained-glass windows of flowers



And the third



General plan In the foreground Lepanthes tracheia

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