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Rhynchostylis praemorsa

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    Default Rhynchostylis praemorsa





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    Awesome. Mine not yet blooms different seasons.

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    WOW!!!!!!!!!! The size of those babies, all those healthy roots, and so many blooms. It's shocking.

    I was not aware that Rhynchostylis grew that large. Is that the normal size of a mature plant?

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    Default Thank you very much.

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    Is that the normal size of a mature plant?

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    Apparently.

    This species is not the easiest to grow. It rots easily. I lost many of them.

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    Wow, Nelson, that is amazing! I love the huge bloom spikes covered in flowers! Well grown.

    Cheers,
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    Wow Nelson, that's awesome! I didn't know that they rot easily. Thanks for that factoid. I'll have to keep a close watch on mine!
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