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Chien

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These photos were taken in my friend, Mr. Su's greenhouse, he has many great paphs. Recent year he aim at brachy.

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This black leucochilum "Cocolate Ball" belongs to Choyi nusery, my friend traded another beautiful leucochilum for this one.
 

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I guess he is aiming to produce a pure close to black purple leucochilum with that trade.
 

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Let's see another two photos that I took last month.
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This one is really great, two flowers on one spike, large, round and dark flower, all in one.

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Does these all he have? No, he has more and more great clones.....
 

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He has so many great ones, indeed, does he give you some divisions?
 

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These clones cost him a lot, I would not dream to get or buy their divisions.
Many people wnat to buy its flasks, I will be happy if he would keep some for me, and I think that's enough.
 

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You are correct in your thinking Chien. Your friend is spending a lot of money and working hard toward a goal. A good friend would wish just what you are wishing for, a couple of flasks from those great parents. Who knows, you may even get a better one then either of the parents once you grow out the flask. Oh, how I wish I had the ability to grow out flasks.
 
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