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Ok, you all are killing me

This is a discussion on Ok, you all are killing me within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by Naoki I heard that phalaenopsis schilleriana or phalaenopsis philippinensis can be grown ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naoki View Post
    I heard that phalaenopsis schilleriana or phalaenopsis philippinensis can be grown mounted and blooms beautifully. To be honest with you, I was just thinking about getting one and grow it mounted in my Vanda house.

    However, I have very strong will NOT TO GET ONE. I am not addicted, not addicted, not addicted......
    HAHAHAHAHA - who are you fooling???

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjcorner View Post
    lol uh huh sure. I tried chanting i will be rich one day...didn't work either. We'll be here for you. When you find yourself going to the grocery store because you heard they had some nice phals...we'll be here for you.
    hahahaha - love it!

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    you all can always make me laugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    Zain..you are one of the reasons I'm trying again
    Thanks, may your aspiration will lead to success.

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