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DukeBoxer

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This is the other besseae I got a few weeks back. Unfortunately this is the last flower on the spike and the only was I was able to enjoy. I like the color and the shape is alright but I'm not really concerned about having the best, as long as I have it and it stays alive!



Enjoy!
-Josh
 

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Yeah, to be honest, I like the shape of the ones that look more like the wild collected ones. To me, those are much nicer than the rounder ones. To each his own right.
 

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This is the other besseae I got a few weeks back. Unfortunately this is the last flower on the spike and the only was I was able to enjoy. I like the color and the shape is alright but I'm not really concerned about having the best, as long as I have it and it stays alive!


Enjoy!
-Josh
I agree!!!

Ramon:)
 
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Yeah, to be honest, I like the shape of the ones that look more like the wild collected ones. To me, those are much nicer than the rounder ones. To each his own right.
Yes, to me, those are much nicer than the rounder ones.
 

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yep bessaes really is a nice species !

does this one have a clonal name ?
 

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