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Heather

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I ADORE the color of that.
May I have it?

BTW, my peach besseae re-bloomed yesterday and it is indeed, peach. I was concerned it was just cause I was growing it too warm last year. Apparently not so! :)
 
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WOW :smitten: :smitten:

How I would like to have that one.

Grandma
 

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It was a tough one to find again; it came from the Orchid Zone. I got a couple of regular Red ones when I was in South Carolina visiting H.P. Norton. The problem w/ Phrag Prissy is that the flowers are very short lived. [i.e. no pollen available this time around.].
 
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Very beautiful colour, I agree about the name, nothing prissy about it!
 

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Now that's what peach means to me along with Tom's
bloom. Eric, your bloom looks as though it smells like
a peach! Gorgeous.
 
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