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Gongora histrionica

This is a discussion on Gongora histrionica within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Nan Gurjeet, gongura is different from Gongora. Gongura is a type of ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nan View Post
    Gurjeet, gongura is different from Gongora. Gongura is a type of Sorrel, popular in Andhra Pradesh the leaves of which are used as a vegetable and made into tangy pickles.
    Oops! Thank you for the correction Nandini.

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    Wow love to see spikes like this, it may progress at least 2 to 4 feet good growing AL looking forward the small dragons.he.he.he Zain

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    Your right Zainal. The spikes are already over two feet. I am looking forward to seeing my first dragons also. To think I always believed that dragons only existed in mythical stories........................AL

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    Al you are one funny man. You always brighten my day. Anxious to see the blooms. Hope they won't need a dose of pepto bismo or a roll of tums. LOL

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