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A couple of Epis

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    Default A couple of Epis

    Epc Renee Marques



    Epi conopseum


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    I really like the first one, Ron.

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    It is beautiful! So elegant...Bravo for you!

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    The first is my fav...

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    yes that first one is a stunner isn't it. I would like to add It's Epi parent to my collection. Epi pseudepidendron

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    The first one is just fantastic! The colour contrast is incredible and such elegant flowers too. Just lovely.

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    Love the first one it looks like a Hummingbird Mobile.
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    I really like Epc Renee Marques ....If only it didn't get so tall!

    I've toyed off and one with getting Epi conopseum *sigh* so many orchids so little space

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