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Old 11-14-2012, 10:05 AM
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It took me about 10 years to find it, or to put it in another way. This has been on my wish list since I started with orchids...
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Glad you finally found it! It is always a wonderful feeling to find that long sought treasure!
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:24 PM
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With some time the color faded to a nice fire orange!

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Very nice! I love it - great growing.
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That is just wild!!!! I love the colour, and the deep green leaves with the scarlet red flower, so nice.
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This is a good keaper!
Before these two flowers fadet a third opened up and it is still going strong in my growing cabinet!
Will try to give it a rest before this years growth starts!

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I am a sucker for mini cats! This one's so charming!
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My Sophronitis pygmaea try to bloom. But some peoples said me, it's little cernua, because pygmaea must has long leafes. I'll wait bloom

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The foliage looks like my sophronitis mantiqueirae with the red pigment on the edges of the short leaves.
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