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Mystery plant, former bag baby in bloom

This is a discussion on Mystery plant, former bag baby in bloom within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; WOW is my reaction too!...

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    WOW is my reaction too!

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    Beauty ! By the way what is a bag baby? I had asked it somewhere else as well, but didn't get the answer.

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    Amey, box stores (home improvement stores) have orchids for sale in a plastic bag and we call them bag babies. If you are lucky to go there just after they received them you can spend half of your paycheck (...um...not personal experience... ) and take home very healthy plants for a good price. And if you wanted a few more but went over the spending limit you can always go back in the morning and take the rest... lol

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    Ah got it ! Thanks Margo.

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    flashy..congrats on ID

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