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Aerides quinquevulnera classic form

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    Default Aerides quinquevulnera classic form




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    absolutely beautiful blooms and picture . Gin

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    I love the cascades of flowers Aerides produces. Hope to have one soon. Any advise on culture, Nelson? Great pics too!

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    I love the cascades of flowers Aerides produces. Hope to have one soon. Any advise on culture, Nelson? Great pics too!

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    My aerides are all mounted, outside, all year round. Perhaps that can be done in southern Florida, but elsewhere in the US I hesitate to recommend that to anyone. Southern TX and CA, maybe?

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    Thanks. I'm in the FL panhandle. I grow outdoors most of the year but I'm not sure a mount would be the best for me here. Nelson, your blooms and photos are always a lift for me! Thanks for sharing your garden.

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    Thanks. I'm in the FL panhandle. I grow outdoors most of the year but I'm not sure a mount would be the best for me here. Nelson, your blooms and photos are always a lift for me! Thanks for sharing your garden.

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    I lived for more than two years in Tallahassee, and took trips to St. George Island and Apalachicola, Wakulla Springs, and Chattahochee. Too bad I was not able to reach Pensacola.

    What delightful places, with huge live oaks and fantastic beaches...I loved it there.

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    Yes, it is beautiful here! Tallahassee is a gorgeous city but I'm stuck on Pensacola with the oaks and barrier islands and the white sand beaches. St. George is wonderful for seeing migratory birds. Wakulla is on my trip list. Hope you got to see Marianna while you were here. The caverns are great, and some of the wildflowers can be found no where else in Florida. It's a unique place.

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    That's really pretty Nelson.

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    Oh, it looks like candy! YUM!

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