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Lc Siamese Doll Kiwi

This is a discussion on Lc Siamese Doll Kiwi within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Things are warming up here in New Orleans, La....

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    Default Lc Siamese Doll Kiwi

    Things are warming up here in New Orleans, La. Name:  Slc Jewel BoxLc Siamese Doll Kiwi 1 - 1.jpg
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    Per Orchidwiz - Ctt Siamese Doll 'Kiwi'. Certainly different from most Cats ! Have not made up my mind whether I like it or not. What do you think ?

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    Nice! Things are not warming up here! Dropping down to -12 C = 10 F here tonight.

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    Geoff, I hope you consider liking it. It's peculiarity in itself not to mention the colors and spots have to make you lean toward liking. Come on tell me you like? Please...

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    It is not the best form of flower but I do love the colors!

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    I love the colors too!

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    I have to agree that spots areunusual in orchid flowers, with the exception of say complex paphs. But do they improve the flower .? My ma kept a picture of me as a little boy, when I had measles... Spotted all over I was. But was it an improvement on my normal self ?
    But seriously now, amethystoglossa is normally spotted, but yours has bigger spots than usual I think.
    As you see, I am still dithering.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    I have to agree that spots areunusual in orchid flowers, with the exception of say complex paphs. But do they improve the flower .? My ma kept a picture of me as a little boy, when I had measles... Spotted all over I was. But was it an improvement on my normal self ?
    But seriously now, amethystoglossa is normally spotted, but yours has bigger spots than usual I think.
    As you see, I am still dithering.....
    Personal taste it is!

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