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Old 11-23-2009, 07:05 AM
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These are a few of my November bloomers.

The Catasetum had only 2 blooms this time and as soon as they faded she began producing her 3rd spike. She produced 5 blooms in September.

The white Dendrobiums are noids exhibiting their second round of blooms this season.

The purple/white Den. (another noid) originally had 3 spikes but only two survived a recent fall.

My Ascocenda is blooming for the 4th time this year. She currently has 2 spikes and her vibrant colored blooms never fail to please me.

The 4th photo is B. Little Stars. She produced 9 spikes this year and after dark she smells amazing.

Pic. number 5 is Bc. Nodata 'Maili'.
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Old 11-23-2009, 10:02 AM
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A lovely display. You have to be very pleased with your November flowers!
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Well Done!

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So many colorful blooms! Those are some nice plants.
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Beautiful blooms June. Of course I like the ascd. best but they are all beautiful.
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My thanks to everyone for the nice comments, and Swamper, the ascd. is one of my personal favorites too. The center of each bloom is very defined and looks almost animated. They look like little creatures staring back with big dark eyes. I think this gives them a great deal of personality.
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Wow, Junebug! Your plants are really floriferous so they must certainly like living at your house. Congrats!

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Junebug, nice blooms. I love the way those noid Dens are being attached on the board. Only in Florida......
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Amazing! I really love the lattice!
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They are, of course, all beauties June but my choice is the Ascocenda. I really like both the color and the tesselation.
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