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Camellkc

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This MK also comes from In Charm with the id number of 3696 (same as my clone). It has been cultivating by my friend and I am asked to share the blooms for your comment.

In my opinion, it is also a nice clone with red petals and dark color. Improvements on the dorsal flatness and shape (rounder) would make it as an excellent clone.

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I think the first one is closer to the truth. Sorry for the bad image coloring and poor photo quality.

Thanks -- I kinda figured the first was more accurate, but I wanted to be sure. It is very nice. One I wouldn't mind having in my collection.
 

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I like the broad shoulders of the sepals. Also, looks like a great windowsill plant (larger flower to plant ratio).

Yes, the size of this clone is smaller. I have another MK that the size of mature growth is double as compared with this. However, the size of bloom somewhat similar.
 

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Looks a bit like mine, that was bought as sanderianum btw. :mad:Its spiking now so I'll get pictures soon for comparison. Mine is probably not as nice as this one though:)
 

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Looks a bit like mine, that was bought as sanderianum btw. :mad:Its spiking now so I'll get pictures soon for comparison. Mine is probably not as nice as this one though:)

Look forward to seeing the bloom's picture! I believe yours will do very well under your expert treatment, right?
 

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Thank you, but not sure about that expert part:eek: it flowered two or three years ago and then I lost it on the ground and broke most of the leaves. It survived and is back now fortunately. Do not think it is as fine as yours though:p
 

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Thank you, but not sure about that expert part:eek: it flowered two or three years ago and then I lost it on the ground and broke most of the leaves. It survived and is back now fortunately. Do not think it is as fine as yours though:p

I can tell you that the plant could still survive, recover and flower in a relatively short period after a deathful hit is the expert part!:):p

P.S. This MK is not mine and my MK form the same source has been shared in my other post. :)
 

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