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    Also the second bloom opened tonight w/ 7" petals.

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    Do post "full bloom" pic also!

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    Phfft! Do you *even* have to ask? I have been posting like thrice daily updates! Maybe I need a slipper cam! LOL!


    Edit - I moved the owlcam portion of this message to its own thread in General Discussion. This thread will get long enough w/ my daily updates! lol....

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    Oh my God I just went through that entire site. Good Lord, I feel like I just watched Bambi! Man, that was fascinating, and emotional too. Wow.

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    Very nice Heather!

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    Thanks Jane! And here ya go Pete! The latest...
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    Very nice! Petals are much longer than before! I love the fan shaped growth.

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    Yes, the two long petals on the second (top) bloom do naturally touch that leaf below - so looks as though Mad Paphgirl is running her own science experiments now!

    I wish I could get a decent pic w/out all the crap in the background! I should go get some black velvet or something sometime and start doing it right!

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    Yes, the two long petals on the second (top) bloom do naturally touch that leaf below - so looks as though Mad Paphgirl is running her own science experiments now!

    I wish I could get a decent pic w/out all the crap in the background! I should go get some black velvet or something sometime and start doing it right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Yes, the two long petals on the second (top) bloom do naturally touch that leaf below - so looks as though Mad Paphgirl is running her own science experiments now!

    I wish I could get a decent pic w/out all the crap in the background! I should go get some black velvet or something sometime and start doing it right!

    Yes, that way, people/viewer can just focus on the plants and not be distracted by the scenery in the background.

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