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Thread: Gram. Tiger's Paw 'Greenbuck' X Gram. Tiger's Paw 'Green Tiger'

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    Talking Gram. Tiger's Paw 'Greenbuck' X Gram. Tiger's Paw 'Green Tiger'

    I ordered this already in spike and now that the flowers are nearly all opened, here are the pics. Talk about a huge long spike.

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    that is one beautiful Gram! BTW, What is "gram" an abbreviation for?

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    beautiful! loved ur Grammatophyllum

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiorchids View Post
    that is one beautiful Gram! BTW, What is "gram" an abbreviation for?
    Sorry it is a Grammatophyllum. They are an amazingly beautiful plant. The fact it gets huge spikes is a bonus.

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    Wow--that is gorgeous!!!

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    Superb... still waiting for my gramm to bloom..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    Sorry it is a Grammatophyllum. They are an amazingly beautiful plant. The fact it gets huge spikes is a bonus.
    Thanks Connie, i thought thats what it meant, but i thought Grammatophyllums were larger vandaceous orchids..... I guess we learn something everday!

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    Wonderful Connie! I have considered buying one. If it can be mail ordered could you private message me with a vendor/grower name and location. I believe these orchids can get quite big, but I may be able to accommodate that situation. Thanks in advance, AL

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    Beautiful. I'm still waiting for mine to bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidsal View Post
    Wonderful Connie! I have considered buying one. If it can be mail ordered could you private message me with a vendor/grower name and location. I believe these orchids can get quite big, but I may be able to accommodate that situation. Thanks in advance, AL
    Could you private message me also? Love your bloom and the spike is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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