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Well...I think it would be safe to assume that there are at least a few others here like me..who are neurotically obsessed about certain things.

Currently, I am totally obsessed with finding more and more good clones of Laelia anceps and Paph. micranthum.

I spend night and day obsessing and trying to find these!! It's a sickness. moooooooore anceps. moooooooore micranthum.

What's your current obesssion?
 

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I think a few of you can guess mine.
Like Lien, it is a day and night thing. Constant.
I have emailed everyone I know. No one has my plant. I am still hoping to hear back some good news but it is looking dubious.

I will soon go completely crazy.
 

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The multi florals are great i love em but they luuuuvv to take up space. I've been on a parishii and neo kick lately particulary the ones with green, yellow and 3 segmented flowers. The parishii mainly cause its a small multi-floral in comparison to most. That thirst has been somewhat quenched though cause I got one at a good price at OL. The neo's on the other hand....well...if my buyin spree picks up its gonna keep rolling then Ill be broke for a while.
 

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I was certain this thread would have something to do with the Never-Ending Journey...
 

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I am currently obsessed with catasetenae and bulbos. Also, I've been obsessing over automating things in my greenhouse. pretty boring....
 

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bwester said:
I am currently obsessed with catasetenae and bulbos. Also, I've been obsessing over automating things in my greenhouse. pretty boring....

MMMMMMMMMMMM Bulbo contortisepalummmmmmm
 

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Anitums, even though you can't have them you can still obsess right? And roths of course! Oh and Rachel Bilson.

Heather I know the plant you want. I don't want to get your hopes up but I have many plants I just blindly got from antec a few years back. I don't know what they are. I have to check the tags. I will check to see if a stone addict is one of them. If so, you can have it. If no, I will begin looking for you too.
 

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paphioland said:
Heather I know the plant you want. I don't want to get your hopes up but I have many plants I just blindly got from antec a few years back. I don't know what they are. I have to check the tags. I will check to see if a stone addict is one of them. If so, you can have it. If no, I will begin looking for you too.
Fabulous! the more the merrier!
Thanks!!!
 
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Indigo Vandas, Dark Phrags. and Paphs, Blue Cattleyas, New Guinea Dends. - I can grow them huge but flowering is hit or miss
 

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The Compasionate Boddisatva of Paphiopedilums says: "You can grow well only those paphs you no longer want, desire it and you won't be able to grow it" in a later teaching "all is impermanence, you must raise Sobralia, beautiful to behold, but for a moment"

I desire nothing. "hey Lien wanna buy a micranthum?"
 

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lol Leo, I was just showing him pics of the one you brought to the spring show the other day.

Patrix, what section of New Guinea Dendrobiums? I was obsessed with Latoureas for the longest time and amassed quite a few species. One day I will have to start collecting them again.

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