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Brsa. Memoria Bert Field

This is a discussion on Brsa. Memoria Bert Field within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, McTami! The largest flower is, as always, the first to open. It's 5" top ...

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    Hi, McTami!

    The largest flower is, as always, the first to open. It's 5" top to bottom. The spike is 16". It's a small plant, but I have a Brassia verrocusa - one of the parents - that's massive and grows like a weed, so I'm not worried! I just love the orange - very unusual in a spider. You need the Ada for that.


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    nice orange spiders!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Thanks, Doc Spock! As we now have two Julies on the forum, I shall adopt Mehera's suggested moniker and sign off as McJulie. Of course, technically that would be incorrect. 'Mac' and 'Mc' come from the Gaelic, 'Mhic,' which means, 'child of.' But hey...literary license!

    Hi there, McJulie!!! Heheheheeeeee... I like the sound of that, McJulie!!!

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