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Old 04-16-2020, 02:47 PM
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Hello, good morning and that's affine how do you do to you..
Seidenfadenia by J Solo, on Flickr


all four spikes

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no real discernible scent when i was watering around 11 am...i will report back with full blooms


what a beaut!!
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Beautiful! Looking forward to more pix as the rest of the flowers open!
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Thank you for the pictures and updates. I just picked up one of these in January and it's nice to see what I have to look forward to.
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I'm liking that baby!
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Zygote and butterfly by J Solo, on Flickr


getting impatient LOL

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Old 04-21-2020, 11:39 AM
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two of the spikes are open still going

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DC---did you get that from Motes? I see they have a few so was just curious.
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no, i got this from a buddy a few years ago...i know he has a couple so i assumed he bought them at a show and kept the best one lol
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Old 04-28-2020, 01:21 PM
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Well here is the money shot


i counted a total of...i didn't count squat LOL...and all i see now is a cheerleader holding pompoms because that's what my daughter said LOL
Frogs by J Solo, on Flickr

I swung the plant out into the light and for a better background hue...this shows the real texture of the purple


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Oh, and if any AOS members wish to help other growers....AOS does not have a pic of this plant on their website. I wrote then and sent the offer for the pic, no rights or restrictions or watermark, just here, I was told that since i am not an AOS member, no thanks.

I wrote back that i have been a member of the garden club (Fairchild botanical, where they are located) for 30 years and i contribute to the million orchid project and wasn't that enough money?

they did not answer, so if anyone who IS a member wants to email them, please do with my blessings...here is the shot i liked

Flower power by J Solo, on Flickr
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