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Coelogyne rochusenii

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    Time for something different. I purchased this in January 2015 and this is the first time it bloomed!! I had decided a few weeks ago that I was going to put this in the trash bin then I saw the spike, after blooming I can not get rid of this one, well worth the wait!
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    Well look at that! Awesome Jack! It's beautiful! Glad the spike presented itself in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    Well look at that! Awesome Jack! It's beautiful! Glad the spike presented itself in time.
    Thanks Sheryl, it did save it finally blooming or it would have been in the trash.

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    So glad you didn't trash it, Jack! WOW, that is a beauty. I love how the blooms have that crystal-like or ice-like surface.

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    So glad you didn't trash it, Jack! WOW, that is a beauty. I love how the blooms have that crystal-like or ice-like surface.

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    Thanks Bruce!

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    No, how nice! And how wonderful that you didn't throw them in the trash. I have just a Coelogine christata here for several years. It also been on the garbage a few times in my mind, but now it's a break and it looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuHa View Post
    No, how nice! And how wonderful that you didn't throw them in the trash. I have just a Coelogine christata here for several years. It also been on the garbage a few times in my mind, but now it's a break and it looks good.
    Thanks, hope your Coelogyne blooms for you soon.

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