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Maxillaria striata x luteo-alba

This is a discussion on Maxillaria striata x luteo-alba within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; You guys are killing me here! Kev, that's not the kind of bronze I was ...

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    You guys are killing me here!

    Kev, that's not the kind of bronze I was talking about: the color here is actually really beautiful, I think. The bronze I really can't bear looks more like shiny mud...

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    Why can't things stay serious and on topic?

    I want to voice a complaint with management.



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    Ah Kevin. That is a great looking plant. And if you decide it's just too big to be worth it, you have great trade fodder there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSJ
    Ah Kevin. That is a great looking plant. And if you decide it's just too big to be worth it, you have great trade fodder there.

    RSJ

    Yes it is, part of it is already promised to someone when I repot which will be soon since it is literally bursting it's pot.

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    Management here....

    Complaint noted.

    You started it......


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