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Old 04-25-2020, 10:26 PM
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Wow, Carol, that plant is just amazing! I had one and ended up giving it away a couple years ago. I couldn't seem to grow oncidiums. You are definitely doing everything right, though!
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No wonder they call it volcano. It's spectacular. That's an extremely nice one.
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And we have a spike!
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Yes, here too.
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Don't I have this from you Dolly? I'll have to go look...
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I have a spike too! Prolific it is...
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i can tell this plant is a beast...it just keeps putting out spikes and getting nicer each time


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Yes. Mine's blooming again too. And the foliage is clean. Nice cultivar. You're welcome.
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