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leptotes bicolor

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    This is a mini . it is mounted on a cactus skeleton with a couple of others . Gin
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    Very nice!!! I have one plant mounted on cactus skeleton too. The look of the whole mount is soooo amazing!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Here is a maxallaria tenuifolia on a cactus skeleton , it is a division I traded for last fall ... still has panty hose strips holding it in place .
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    Ok, you guys are killing me with curiosity...

    What's a cactus skeleton? We don't have those in New England, on Halloween or otherwise...

    Pictures would be great too - I just can't imagine petrified or calcified plant parts.

    Julie

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    Gin, that is a great picture of the tenuifolia! You are making me wanting more of these cactus mounts.
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    That max. smells like coconut, right? I seem to remember that from one of my few encounters with them.

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