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a smaller Aerides leeana

This is a discussion on a smaller Aerides leeana within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Smaller plant than what I've previously posted....

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    Default a smaller Aerides leeana

    Smaller plant than what I've previously posted.



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    Nice pictures!

    I hope you can help us in the POS Conservation Commitee to document orchids species!

    I hope to meet you!

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    I like Aerides, such cool buds.

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    Default Too bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rence
    Nice pictures!

    I hope you can help us in the POS Conservation Commitee to document orchids species!

    I hope to meet you!
    I work all day on almost all Saturdays and cannot attend the regular meetings and other affairs of the POS. Certainly, I would like to participate more.

    I have had several lengthy conversations with Jun Golamco, who heads the committee, but that's about it...

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    You're right, Jenn - the buds are almost as pretty as the flowers!

    Julie

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    Is this plant in the market, endangered? What conditions does it like? Is it a shade lover? Sun lover? Dry or wet conditions, and how big is it really?

    Thanks, im just soo curious.

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    Default Wow...

    ...that is gorgeous!

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