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Baptistonia echinata

This is a discussion on Baptistonia echinata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one is small would be good for window sill growers . It gets bright ...

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    Default Baptistonia echinata

    This one is small would be good for window sill growers .
    It gets bright light some am . sun . does not like soggy feet Gin
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    Oh, that is a cutie!

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    I think I need this frog that delivers beautiful blooms....he may be starting to view you as the paparazzi though...
    Cute blooms---how long do they usually last?

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    Oh, that is an awesome bloom. I like the size of the plant too. Have you been growing this one a long time? You have the coolest orchids, Gin!

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    I got it at the swroga show in 05 , beat ya to it lolol . Thanks for looking Gin

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    OMG! Lol. Every time I see one of your plants I find out it could have been one of mine! hehehehehhehe Good catch!

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    Oh, these are gorgeous!

    Qing

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    A lovely flower, Gin! I really like the colors, and the shape is intriguing. I love digging up the lesser know species with striking, if weird, blooms. But I find I really am happiest with the larger bloomers.

    Please don't get me wrong - I love seeing them all, and I feel the lure of these tiny little guys. But when my own little ones bloom, it's more of a novelty for me, than the true love and thrill of the bigger guys.

    It's funny how our tastes change over time. This forum certainly is E-VEAL for encouraging and enabling! It's all Bruce's and Louis' fault! Yeah, that's right - my obessive compulsive way-out-of-control behavior is all their fault!

    Phew, I feel better!

    McGottaHaveItAll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    ...It's funny how our tastes change over time. This forum certainly is E-VEAL for encouraging and enabling! It's all Bruce's and Louis' fault! Yeah, that's right - my obessive compulsive way-out-of-control behavior is all their fault!

    Phew, I feel better!

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    Glad to be of service!

    Cheers,
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    E-Veal made flesh...

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