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    Default Maxillaria fucata 'Stoney Point'

    This is a cool to cold grower that is native to Peru and Ecuador


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    This is a beautiful bloom, Ron, what a gorgeous color combination, I really like this one! Any fragrance?

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    Now I want a Tequila Sunrise

    Nice one, Ron. It obviously doesn't pout in the warmer temps of summer.

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    no fragrance and I can't take bloom credit for it arrived in bud and survived the crushing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    no fragrance and I can't take bloom credit for it arrived in bud and survived the crushing
    A ray of sunshine for sure. I love the soft colors and the way they blend together. On the list it goes!

    Cheers,
    BD

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    Oh my that's pretty. I can't imagine how it survived in the box you showed us. The orchid gods were smiling in that one for sure.

    Tami

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    WOW!! a splashed petaled Maxi.... HEHEHE!

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    That is a real fighter! I guess it must be in its' DNA, from up on those mountains

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    A ray of sunshine for sure. I love the soft colors and the way they blend together. On the list it goes!

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    Bruce, Good luck finding this one...I searched for quite a few years and finally approached someone else's source and she made a division of her plant to sell to me. I added 5 new Maxxies to my collection, from 2 different sources this week. A Trigonidium species that I have wanted and well as Ancictrochilis rothschildianus. This last one went onto my wish list from the recent post here So, onto and off of the list in less than 3 weeks...not bad

    It is nice to scratch plants off of one's wish list. It is just I have a tendency of adding them to the list faster than I scratch them off. Although this has been a good scratch off year, LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Bruce, Good luck finding this one...I searched for quite a few years and finally approached someone else's source and she made a division of her plant to sell to me. I added 5 new Maxxies to my collection, from 2 different sources this week. A Trigonidium species that I have wanted and well as Ancictrochilis rothschildianus. This last one went onto my wish list from the recent post here So, onto and off of the list in less than 3 weeks...not bad

    It is nice to scratch plants off of one's wish list. It is just I have a tendency of adding them to the list faster than I scratch them off. Although this has been a good scratch off year, LOL
    Heheh.. I have connections. I love this this one, Ron.

    Cheers,
    BD

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