Laelia sincorana v. albescens

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    John M

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    This has bloomed 3 times for me since becoming large enough. First was one flower; then two. Now, this year, there are 3 flowers on one stem and they measure a whopping 12cm x 12cm.

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    :clap: Om..., what a beautiful show :clap:!!!! Jean
     
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    stunning!
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    Wow!!! :clap:
     
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    That's very nice. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    absolutely gorgeous
     
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    :clap::drool::clap::drool::clap::drool::clap:

    I strongly suggest that L I Jane and John M exchange pollen of their jongheana and sincorana to produce a new primary hybrid with fantastic potential. I would gladly pay for the flasking for a share of the seedlings.
     
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    sweet. I would also gladly pay for seedlings of this plant, never seen this type before
     
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    Simply lovely!
     
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    That's a beauty John. Is it still for sale?
     
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    Beautiful. The flowers completely hide the plant...what a show.
     
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    Love the way the petals sparkle.
     
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    Thanks everyone!

    Wendy, no. The division sold right away.

    Crossing it with jongheana would be interesting; but, I removed the flowers today. It'd been out for some time and they were beginning to look tired. Besides, the front growths, including the one in bloom, belong to someone else now and they will be removed and shipped out next month.
     
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    That is one beautiful and happy plant!

    Well grown.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Okay thanks John. I snoozed - I loozed. :sob:

    It's beautiful. :clap:
     

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