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Beallara or Aliceara? anyway, Tahoma Glacier in bloom!

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    Default Beallara or Aliceara? anyway, Tahoma Glacier in bloom!

    Some confusion over the name I am not sure which one she is but it said Beallara when I bought her last year. She is in bloom again so enjoy her-whoever she is






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    Make two tags...one will fall out anyways. lol They are beauties, but oncids don't do well here. Every time I see these I want one...your's is very nice. Usually the white isn't clear like yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    Make two tags...one will fall out anyways. lol They are beauties, but oncids don't do well here.
    Oh well I shall try not to feel too sorry for you as I cannot grow Vandas or Catts where I live

    I do like the smell of this one, it is kind of hippy -ish.

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    Grats! I miss mine terribly These are beautiful flowers

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoStems View Post
    Grats! I miss mine terribly These are beautiful flowers
    Argh, can't you just pop out and get another one?

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    Onc type orchids really don't like my growing culture. I've had a couple different kinds and they've all died fairly quickly. I'm not sure if it's the place I got them, or my conditions, but I'm kind of betting on conditions. Unfortunately the local place has orchids sporadically and rarely the same kind twice (except phal hybrids, bleh). I'll just admire yours

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    I don't mind at all if you admire mine. I am glad that it meets with your approval
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    That looks great. I just call it Beallara Tahoma Glacier still.

    cheers,
    BD

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