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Eria profusa

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    Very nice, Nelson! Are all of your Erias short-lived? I only have bractescens, and it pushes up its spike in a hurry (maybe 2-3 days) but then only blooms for that long. I was wondering if that's typical of the genus, or if some are more long-lasting?

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    Default It must be one of the quickest, then.

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    Very nice, Nelson! Are all of your Erias short-lived? I only have bractescens, and it pushes up its spike in a hurry (maybe 2-3 days) but then only blooms for that long. I was wondering if that's typical of the genus, or if some are more long-lasting?

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    Usually they last for about a week.

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    I love the color in this one! The dark blue/purple with the green is very nice!

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