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Aerangis fastuosa

This is a discussion on Aerangis fastuosa within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Aerangis fastuosa is an intermediate to warm grower....

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    Default Aerangis fastuosa

    Aerangis fastuosa is an intermediate to warm grower.
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    That is really pretty, Tom. The blooms are so pure.

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    and clean as a bedsheet..., hmm maybe not mine. lol
    nice one tom!

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    I love those! One of these days, if I can find one inexpensively, I'll give them another try.

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    That is so pristine! Love it!

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