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c. Portia Coerulea 'margie'

This is a discussion on c. Portia Coerulea 'margie' within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Outstanding plant!!! Cheers. Hoa. PS. And Clint, your post makes me dizzy ......

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    Outstanding plant!!!
    Cheers. Hoa.

    PS. And Clint, your post makes me dizzy ...

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    Wow, that's a gorgeous plant! Looks a bit bluer than my 'Capri'. Glad to know that it can be grown that big.

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    Honestly, the photo doesn't do that monster of a beauty justice--it was incredible! Everything else that anyone brought paled in comparison. Wish it were mine -- I know the rest of you are wishing the same thing.

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    HOLY MOLY!!!! That's incredible!!!! Good growing (as always)

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    stunning!! Wish it was your plant...I'd be begging a division Portia is a large plant. I have a normal colored version of it.
    Here is pic for comparison...I sure like the blue one


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    That's gorgeous. The blooms are sooo numerous. How old is it??

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