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Here are pictures of the plants that were awarded last Saturday at the Pacific Northwest Judging Center. I brought in six plants and three of them were given four AOS awards. I had oped that maybe one of them would get awarded and was shocked when it became clear that there would be more than one. There are more pictures on the links to my blog.

Dryadella pusiola 'Erin' CHM/AOS (provisional)
Orchids in Bloom: Dryadella pusiola 'Erin' CHM/AOS


Masd. Maui Lollipop 'Hannah' HCC/AOS
Orchids in Bloom: Masdevallia Maui Lollipop 'Hannah' HCC/AOS


Masd. decumana 'Nancy' AM/AOS and CCE/AOS
(this plant was given a cultural award in November with 22 flowers and 7 buds - it bloomed again this month with 32 flowers and 8 buds)
Orchids in Bloom: Masdevallia decumana 'Nancy' AM-CCE/AOS
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You grow some great looking orchids.
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Well deserved congratulations once again Ron, those are great plants!
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Thanks, Matt and James.
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CONGRATULATIONS !!!! Those plants look happy and healthy...and if you have 30 and some blooms then thats just awesome !
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Fabulous! Congrats again on the awards (well deserved imo)
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Thanks ever so much, Bud and Sonya.
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They are well deserved Ron. Great growing!

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Thanks, Bill - appreciate the kindness.
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