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Old 02-24-2021, 08:26 PM
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i think i could spend more time on your patio than in most city botanical gardens.

just amazing
Thank you I have some little plants, but botanical gardens have big masterplants
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Old 02-25-2021, 08:33 AM
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I suppose that rarity makes for excitement.

I love a huge master plant and a specimen size of any plant is an awesome sight to behold but I live in a subtropical place where I am surrounded by Jurassic sized plants.

I try to enjoy them all but your miniature universe is so engaging and intriguing to me.


Thank you, as always, for sharing the magic with us
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Thank you for your interest
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Old 02-28-2021, 09:08 AM
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A new Klingon agent has blossomed Scaphocephalum ovulare





Ovular has grown a peduncle in the opposite direction from the display form. In this case, the peduncle is long, through the entire block. I marked scaphosepalum and its flower with blue circles. The peduncle itself is thin.

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Old 02-28-2021, 10:24 AM
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That dude is seriously creepy! I can hear him whispering Feed Me Seymour from here!
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Oh, yes. Little Tank of Horrors
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Exactamente! The perfect name for it... "Little Tank of Horrors!"
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Phalaenopsis's wall today






Phal.Sogo Relex 1661 has bight cherries outlook







S240 Phal. I-Hsin Spot Eagle

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Excellent!
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Those "cherry" ones.... I'd take a bite of one!
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