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Blooming Dendrobium

This is a discussion on Blooming Dendrobium within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; LOL Well, of course I always want the biggest, which happens to be 53 feet ...

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    Well, of course I always want the biggest, which happens to be 53 feet in diameter, 20 foot ceiling in the center, and 2200 sq. feet, for $34,950. But given the "ridiculousness" of that for my purposes, I'm looking at the 33 feet diameter version with 850 sq. feet of floor space and a 14.5 foot ceiling in the center for $14,950. Think I could put it on a home equity loan if I make a breezeway from the house to the entrace of the greenhouse?

    So Gin, if you charged $10 for every accurate NOID plant identification you made, you'd only have to ID 3,495 NOIDs to pay off the 53 footer! Better get to work broadcasting your service on all the orchid forums across the web!

    HAH!

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    Oh my friend you are going to need more height for your Bird of Paradise , there is one at the St. Louis Bot. garden that is taller then 20 feet , the birds look like monsters , it is the white var. lolol . Gin

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    Thanks everyone!

    And thanks a lot, Gin, for the name! noid expert, right? lol

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    You are very welcome Maybe Louis will give us a Noid. club .... lolol . Gin

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