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Thread: Rcl Young-Min Orange

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    Geoff Hands
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    Default Rcl Young-Min Orange

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    When you open the greenhouse door, this is the first thing you see - even when it is at the far end of the greenhouse. So bright, it hits you in the eye.
    I have several plants, seems to have no specific growing or flowering season, one or other is always in flower it seems - great substance and lasting power too. How can you have too much of a good thing ?
    Maybe the brighter colour etc is due to my newer brighter conditions , as mentioned elsewhere. If so, that was the best weeks work I have done for a long time. Cleaning actually took much less than that, but I had to keep moving plants around inside, to avoid drowning them with splashes. And re-covering with new bubble-pack, the getting cleaned blinds installed, all took time.. a great deal more than a week in fact.

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    Well now that is spectacular! Absolutely stunning - I want one! That color just knocks my socks off!

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    Zainal Abidin Bin Othman
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    Wow so intense the color ...Bravo Geoff.

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    Gorgeous color. Will brighten the gloomiest of days.



    Susan

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    Kathi
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    LOVE the color!

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