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    In the past only had one spike with each bloom, this was a surprise!
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    Wow I can't believe the thin spikes are so strong. Very nice and the photography great as usual!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheryl View Post
    Wow I can't believe the thin spikes are so strong. Very nice and the photography great as usual!
    Neat when it blows in the wind, thanks!

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    Very similar with Bulb purpurascen how do you differentiate between this 2 as the growth habit almost similar?

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    So delicate and ethereal looking. Beautiful!



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    That is nice. Floating - yes - Susan chose the right word - so ethereally like little angels...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Very similar with Bulb purpurascen how do you differentiate between this 2 as the growth habit almost similar?
    Growth habit is about the same the big difference is this one the leaves are purple and shorter then the purpurascens that have a green longer leaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidlady View Post
    So delicate and ethereal looking. Beautiful!



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    Thanks Susan, I would agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    That is nice. Floating - yes - Susan chose the right word - so ethereally like little angels...
    Thanks Geoff, I would agree especially this year with 4 spikes which grew half as much longer then when it bloomed last, maybe getting fresh media in a repot helped there.

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