Hien, I think I you’re right. I need to rename this one. Any suggestions folks?This one is outstanding in so many ways , the pouch is so dark and saturate .
I wonder if there was another plant named "Purple Lantern" by orchid Inn already?
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just a suggestion, maybe a name with "Imperial Purple" , "royal purple" in it , this color was very rare in the ancient world, also known by other names such as Tyrian purple, Tyrian red, Phoenician red, Phoenician purple , according to some source, it took 250,000 snails to produce 1 tablespoon of the dyeHien, I think I you’re right. I need to rename this one. Any suggestions folks?
The only kind of luck your splendiferous vietnamense needs IMHO is, that the judges ain't blind or blockheads and stubborn. And/or that you do not damage the plant during transportation!In 2 days!!! Wish me luck!
I try to keep good records but I neglected to record how long the first one lasted. A first, single, bloom opened 4/27/2022 and I know it dropped before the next opened. The second and third blooms opened in May (forgot to record the day) and the last bloom dropped on 6/11. No fragrance that we could detect.Nice job… how long flowers lasted?
I suppose a small typo sneaked into the clonal name, as I guess 'Halo be thy name' is what you meant.....this plant has been renamed to 'Halo Be They Name'...
I suppose a small typo sneaked into the clonal name, as I guess 'Halo be thy name' is what you meant.
I.e. a slight pun - spun on either "Hallowed be thy name" from the Lord's Prayer, or the Iron Maiden number by the identical name:
Congrats on the well deserved award!