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Bob in Albany N.Y.

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Paphioland, Are you the owner of all of these beautiful flowers that you are always posting? If the answer is yes, then you own some real nice ones.

Most of us will never be able to bloom enough of any one kind to find the select ones, and we all know the establishments will not be selling all their select flowers at a cost that the average person can afford.
 

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Paphioland, Are you the owner of all of these beautiful flowers that you are always posting? If the answer is yes, then you own some real nice ones.

Most of us will never be able to bloom enough of any one kind to find the select ones, and we all know the establishments will not be selling all their select flowers at a cost that the average person can afford.
Thank you for complimenting the flowers they appreciate it:)Yes I am the owner. I actually bloomed this one however. Most I buy select. The interesting thing about this batch of micranthums that I am blooming is that they have half albino genes Aa.
 

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Paphioland, you need to post a photo from the top. It's hard to see that the opening and staminode are closed from that photo.
 

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My first impression was the this micranthum was sticking it's tongue out at me. And if it blooms that way again I would name it "Razz".
 
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