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Blc. Yen Twenty-Four Carat Eye Candy!

This is a discussion on Blc. Yen Twenty-Four Carat Eye Candy! within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here's a pretty flower. I love sunset colors. Just bought this one and I think ...

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    Default Blc. Yen Twenty-Four Carat Eye Candy!

    Here's a pretty flower. I love sunset colors. Just bought this one and I think I will let it get very big as I really like the flower

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    That sure is eye candy, Pat! Is it fragrant as well? I'm impatiently awaiting delivery of a division of the most incredible Dinard 'Blue Heaven' I ever saw. Not in bloom, of course, but unless I manage to kill it, it should be a stunner.

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    Maura, it is fragrant. Good luck with your Dinard!

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    Love those colors. AL

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    That is gorgeous, Pat!

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    Lovely blooms.

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    Nice eye candy!

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    Very nice eye candy! Great job!

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    Very lovely, Pat. Did that come from our place in Lakeland?

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