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These never get old always blooming actually probably the perfect first lepanthes.
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Very cute, I like it!
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Cute is definately the word! Roughly how big is it? (the flower that is, not the whole plant)
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Very sweet!!!
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The flower is maybe a 1/4 inch at most.The whole plant is around 4inches but they grow so fast and so good.These will soon be on everyone's list.I am growing alot of them for next year.
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You know, the minis never fail to surprise me but for some reason, I've never taken the plunge and indulged in some! Maybe I should start, yours cerainly seems a good one
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Yes take the plunge you wont be disappointed.
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Here is a pic of plant and a flower for reference.
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Great species, easy grower. Needs to be kept moist all the time, but it blooms most os the year off and on.
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