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This is a discussion on Brassia Orchid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This unidentified Brassia fell off the orchid sale table into my shopping cart yesterday while ...

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    Default Brassia Orchid

    This unidentified Brassia fell off the orchid sale table into my shopping cart yesterday while I was at the local garden center buying some orchid repotting supplies. Since it as on sale I decided to bring it home with me.


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    Beautiful, and I am glad that in the fall it did not hurt itself. Maybe now that its found a home it will take less risks. AL

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    ahhhhhhahahahaha! I love you Martha That was tooooo funny!

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    Beautiful bloom!

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    I think that has happen to all of us, a few times. Enjoy! I have one almost like that, and it has become one of my best bloomers.

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    Those jumping orchids are related to the ones that follow you home I think. I see your jumper is one pretty spider orchid. Love those long pretty petals!

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    Very pretty, Martha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    Those jumping orchids are related to the ones that follow you home I think. I see your jumper is one pretty spider orchid. Love those long pretty petals!
    HAHAHAHA

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    Don't ya hate when they do that?

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