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Angraecum didieri

This is a discussion on Angraecum didieri within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I got this one last Nov, it is a mini Ang, the bloom is almost ...

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    Default Angraecum didieri

    I got this one last Nov, it is a mini Ang, the bloom is almost as big as the plant.
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    That's very lovely and serene looking

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    Almost picked one of thsoe up this past year but kept finding other chids I wanted more.

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    Nice bloom, Qing!

    I'm glad yours is small! I have a huge monster I'm waiting on for a spike!

    McJulie

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    Sooo Beautiful

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    Good growing! Big flower on such a small plant.

    I have one, but I don't think is going to do anything for me. I can't give it enough humidity. Maybe I should put it up for a trade, so it can be happy somewhere else.

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