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Ohhh Heather

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    Default See how mean she is???

    Ok, goofy pic...
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    Hahaha! She doesn't look happy in your arms! One of my cats is like that, he hates being picked up and another one is the total opposite, always begging to be carried around.

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    She was just meowing, but it looks worse and is the quintiscential pic of how she can be summed up. This morning when I was in and out of the house watering and photographing, she sat next to the door and would swat at me everytime I passed! Mean! However, she does sleep under the covers with me very nice and peacefully...weirdo...she is also a total food whore. Very chub chub! Lol...Still my friend tho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Ok, goofy pic...
    Look at you two, very nice pic. I loved the orchid pics too, you have a very large collection. Do you have a webshots site yet? You need to catalogue them so I can go in and see the paphs/ phrags when they are in bloom. Very Exciting!! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    you got it! Taken this morning after weekly bath...Not sure if the first pics I put up will stay. Need to see them all together...Note evil kit kat in first pic...enjoying orchid jungle!
    I need to know what the paph in the third picture (it is also the third plant down from the left) is. I *LOVE* the foliage!

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    Thanks Traci! This one?
    If so it is an unnamed multi-floral paph I paid BIG BUCKS for!!!!

    Seriously, I have to look the name up...but here is the pic, let me know if this is what you were talking about. If so..I so agree! It is a beaut, and has a new leaf coming up. I knew it would either be this one or the Grande....nice growing....on someone's part! LOL!
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    It is...

    Booth's St. Bern'War Eagle' HCC/AOS x Baby Gland 'War Eagle' HCC/AOS(St. Swithin x Berenice) x (wilhelminiae x praestan). WHew! what a name, huh?!?!


    There is another view in the "my new to me plants" thread - I cannot repost.. sorry!

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    Heather, now I have an idea how big your Berenice is because in one of the pics, I can see it next to Grande. It is a HUGE Berenice, that much I can tell. Some of those growths look matured, am I correct?

    I like your multifloral Paph hybrid also, very healthy plant, always have loved it! So, it was new leaf and not a spike?

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    Yes, Pete, let me go count...3 matured 3 new, including the one in spike/bloom now..so two new, I think. Sort of busy in there!

    You want a side by side? I'd be happy to oblige...I think the Inca Embers is closer in "size" by pot, but not in leafspan...wonder what the lowii and roth will be like??

    I like your multifloral Paph hybrid also, very healthy plant, always have loved it! So, it was new leaf and not a spike?
    Oooh! Aren't we coy?? yes a leaf...most defintely...and who cares!? We've certainly established love of foliage alone!

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    You have such pretty orchids! And so many! They all look healthy and very happy. Nice collection!

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