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BLC Dancing Sunlight x Schomb Undulata

This is a discussion on BLC Dancing Sunlight x Schomb Undulata within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Aren't you supposed to be hors d'oeuvres for a swarm of Brobdingnagian insects by now? ...

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    Aren't you supposed to be hors d'oeuvres for a swarm of Brobdingnagian insects by now?

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    This particular plant isn't all that big. I put the schomb on the cat so it has stayed rather small. Aside from the spike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Aren't you supposed to be hors d'oeuvres for a swarm of Brobdingnagian insects by now?

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    I'm hiding inside in Dallas tonight and tomorrow. Then on to Li'l Rock, and THEN RVO Land!!! I've noticed a couple of sloths at the hotel but no Brobdingnagian insects..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Er...ah...excuse me, M'lady...what huge tracts of real estate do you possess to house these monsters?

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    Ummmm....m'lady just removed three 'space hogs' from her 'tract' by posting them on Orchidbids . And MOI is the recipient of said 'space hogs'! so there is room for these 'monsters'; unless of course she comes back from Arkansas with a totebag full ! Yeah, right, what are the chances of THAT happening!

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    Arron,
    If you need a place to store that orchid for a year or two while you are moving I think that I can make room. HEHEHE!!!!

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    I could always cut you a division seeing as how you live rather close!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABro View Post
    I could always cut you a division seeing as how you live rather close!
    Oh, oh! Massachusetts isn't so far away!

    Tami, did you get the Oncs or the Phals?

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    The Oncs. I bid on the Phals too but bid closing on them is some time away.
    I'm so excited! I know Diane's plants have been cared for. What an opportunity to grow my meager collection! I hope others with 'spare' plants will consider posting them on orchidbids. Not only will it give the seller more room for new aquisitions, it will give newbies like me a comfortable place to find orchids from folks we feel we can trust. Plus a chance to interact and get to know this forum family better.

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    All I have to say is . . . I h ope you have a machete... most are growing like crazy, just not blooming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    All I have to say is . . . I h ope you have a machete... most are growing like crazy, just not blooming.
    When we built our deck 4 or 5 years ago, my husband told me not to clutter it up with too many plants. It has become a running joke. I say, as long as he can still find his grill it's not too 'cluttered'. Well, he can't complain about more orchids - HE bought the first one! hehehe Looking forward to your plants, Diane, and I'll try to give a bit more light. What time of year is normal for them to bloom?

    Tami

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