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Old 01-21-2021, 06:38 PM
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That stuartiana is very cool, nobilis rarely have spots on the upper sepal!

You're having so many blooms at once, amazing.
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Especially love that Stenosarcos Vanguard. I don't know why those beautiful terrestrials in that group ( my Stenorrhynchos speosum is putting on a show) are not more popular, since they are so attractive even out of bloom.
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Exquisite, as always. Gracias for FINALLY beginning to share what you grow. You have no idea how many struggle to ever have a bloom.
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No, I don't and I don't thinking myself as a good grower. But, I do have blooms.
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What a nice array of flowers! The indoor garden is certainly rewarding during the dark days of winter.
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