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Old 03-28-2021, 03:38 PM
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From Left to right: Lc. John Mossman, C. Mossiae ‘Alayon’, Lc. Mildred Rives ‘Orchidglade’.

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Absolutely beautiful. Beautiful colours and shapes. Excellent photo.
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Thanks, SouthPark!
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Stunning! You must be very happy with the display.
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Thanks! The John Mossman is the most fragrant, followed by C. mossiae, then Mildred Rives.
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Ive never seen so many cattleyas on a kitchen counter lol but wow such beautiful blooms
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