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Old 05-01-2020, 04:54 PM
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gotta love a ghost in bloom


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these last a very long time compared to other ghosts and the scent is AWESOME...it is not a room filler but when you get close it is like lemon and ice cream!

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they also almost produce their own light...so much glow
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Old 06-08-2020, 12:45 PM
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Somehow I missed this when you first posted it DC. I like it. Very different.

I actually have it on my wish list but had never seen one. The list was created from cruising IOSPE for warm growing "non-summer" bloomers.

Now that my shade house is filling up, minis like this guy will become critical to be able to continue collecting.

Thanks for sharing.
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glad you noticed it too! it deserves more fanfare- i think the rarity of the dendrophylax ghosts makes the other leafless or semi leafless ones get over looked but they are a ton of fun.

they will love the keys setup you have too! bright and humid

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i purchased it at the Miami show and the tag does not have the vendor info on it (huge mistake by them LOL)
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When you say "Miami" you mean the Tamiami show 3rd weekend in Jan? I usually make an appearance there. Actually met grower friends from NH there this year.
Don't remember who the seller was huh?

ps---- I just placed an order with Gold Country so I've been placed on "isolation" for a month by my accountant.
When I break free I have another order all tee'd up with someone different and it includes a Chilo. javanica. Not as pretty as your parishii but it will get me started.

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that is correct. it was my second or third time at an orchid show and i was a little manic by the end...at first i was making notes and i brought a wish list...by the end i was hanging mounts off of bags and telling my wife to bring the car around LOL

we will have to link up there or Redlands once COVID allows
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Definitely!
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