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This is a discussion on Alicera within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; 'Sunday's Best Muffin'....dumb name but nice plant. A reliable bloomer with mutiple spikes. Long lasting. ...
'Sunday's Best Muffin'....dumb name but nice plant. A reliable bloomer with mutiple spikes. Long lasting. All of my intergenerics are throwing tons of spikes this year.
Hmmmmmmmmm Sunday Best Muffin could be construed as meaning something completely different in the UK.
Ok , so are you going to tell what it means in the UK ?Originally Posted by uncasteeb
No !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Originally Posted by Gilda
Besides, it's more fun to use our fertile imaginations
Aw, comeon Steve. Please?
Gilda, I love your view out there!
(Nice plant, too, but I really liked looking outside!)
Thank you Louis, glad you enjoyed the view !Originally Posted by LJA
I know it is not a "professional" orchid picture,and detracts from the orchid, but I am too lazy to move these big orchids to take their picture ! Plus with my luck I would drop the darn thing or snap a spike !
No worries on "professional."
Actually, it's kind of refreshing to see these in bloom in their normal growing places, as opposed to in front of the "obligatory black velvet." More real that way, you know?
And besides, we would never have been able to check out your view otherwise!
Thank you for sharing. That is a nice bloom.