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Epigeneium treacherianum

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    Default Epigeneium treacherianum




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    Oooh! that is beautiful Nelson!

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    That plant looks tiny, but those blooms look huge! How large is this one?

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    Such cool blooms!! I've never seen anything like this, its beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!

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    You just keep them coming Nelson - I that one

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    Fan dabee double dozee! Judi

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    Default Thank you, ladies and gentleman.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    That plant looks tiny, but those blooms look huge! How large is this one?

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    The blooms are about 3 - 3.5 inches across.

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    Wow, the flowers are huge compared to the plant. Beautiful!

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    I love the color, the flower shape, and the fact it's a new genus to me! Thanks, Nelson!

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    Ok...so could an ordinary person who's not living in the tropics grow one of those?? It's LOVELY.

    (I'm over 100 posts behind, and trying to get ready to move/finish up with school/pack....is it the middle of June yet?)

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