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My first experience with Pleione. As a beginner, I think this was the easiest orchid for me to care for. I'm glad i bought this one. I've been impatiently waiting for it to bloom. It hasn't fully opened up yet, but I couldn't wait till I share this with the world

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Very nice.

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Oo, they're lovely aren't they?! How many bulbs do you have in that pot? If they all get flowers, it'll look fantastic
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It's beautiful even when it's not completely opened up.
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Thanks.
I have 3 bulbs in this 6" pot and one by itself in a 3" pot. I also just got 1 Pleione Confusa 'Golden Gate' at Pacific Orchid Expo. I'm waiting for the rest to bloom.
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