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    Wow Nelson, very cool.
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    That is awesome! I wish my two grams were green instead of brown! That is so beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    That is awesome! I wish my two grams were green instead of brown! That is so beautiful.

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    just as bd said !!!!

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    Grammatophyllums are cool. The flower stems have their own root systems

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    very exquisite!

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