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    Default my Haraella

    Not an expose' like Tindomul's, but I'd thought post a couple pics of mine anyway




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    Oh wow, thats soo cute.
    Hey wanna exchange pollen or something??

    Also, is that cactus you are growing it on? Looks good.

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    Sounds Kinky....
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    Very nice bloom and photos!

    Cheers!
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    Default very nice

    Pavel - is that a retrocalla, or odorata?

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    Lovely cutie!
    And great photos too!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    I think its the same, whether it be a retrocalla or odorata. As far as I know, only one species exists for this genus.

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    Tindo's right, odorata and retrocalla are the same species and the only one in the genus Haraella. The AOS accepts retrocalla as the official name.

    Julie

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    good to know. thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tindomul1of9
    Also, is that cactus you are growing it on? Looks good.
    Yep, a friend of mine gave me a piece of chola cactus. I was going for the 'plant growing on a stump' look.

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