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  1. Feb 20, 2020 #1

    SlipperKing

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    Maudiae 'Los Osos', Supersuk 'Eureka ', fairrieanum and Fanticum 20200219_180954.jpg 20200219_181209.jpg 20200219_181301.jpg 20200219_181035.jpg
     
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    Great Fanaticum and a nice dark fairrieanum. Nice growing.
     
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    Agree!!!
     
  4. Feb 20, 2020 #4

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    I concur third!
     
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    It would be too easy to write "I concur fourth', so I write they all have very good flowers and yes, the fairrieanum and the Fanaticum are my favorits.
     
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    But the other two are AMs from time long ago and carry history! LOL
     
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    All beautiful.
     
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    historical plants are important
     
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    Very nice.
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    I like them all. Well done!
     
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    Hello. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    All four look perfect to my eyes! I’d love to try a fairieanum and the fanaticum, but don’t want to set myself up for failure. I’m much too inexperienced. Our local nursery now has a kavatchii hybrid for sale, I was surprised to see it there. I might get to visit it tomorrow!
     
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    I would be happy to have any, or all, of those four in my collection. Thanks for sharing!
     

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