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    I took a bunch more photos but only a few won't hurt your eyes!
     
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    Looks like it was a great event!!
     
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    What orchid followed you home, Eric?
     
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    Gorgeous photos! What an impressive array of mouthwatering plants!

    Why did I kind of harbour the exact same thought, Eric?! Except I would have taken my recourse to the plural form of the noun!! ;):D:D

    Most kind regards from your european confrere,
    EU NYEC sib
     
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    nice displays. thanks
     
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    Hmmm, A Phrag Susan Kulhavi in bloom, a flask of Phrag Augres x Castle Rock Creek (flavum), and a Phrag andreetae from Woodstream, a Pk hybid, and another compot of Paph. villosum album from Piping Rock, a bright Orange Epi. from Cal-Orchids, a Goodyera hispida, a Paph vietnamense x Susan Booth from Ten Shin, and some supplies from Kelly's Korner.
     
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    BIll also had a flask of St. Ouen flavum that he hadn't even labelled yet... he said he wasn't releasing very many... (grabbed that one)

    Was the vietnamense x Susan Booth in flower?

    sounds like a fun cross - interesting Delrosi type variant (In Charm Cotton Candy) can't find many pictures on line there was one posted on here back in 2012
     
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    I have a few St. Ouen flavums but now I know who to ask. :D The viet x Susan Booth was not in flower but Ten Shin had a photo of the first to bloom, and I like those types of crosses.
    BTW, it wasn't a Pk cross from Piping Rock it is Quaisne, a dalessandro cross like an improved Don Wimber!
     
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    I wish I could have been there to give you some
    competition. The Phrags sound wonderful and
    I'm envious.
     
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    I thought for some reason that show was this weekend. I had to work last weekend and was stuck there most of Saturday and long on Sunday :(
    Did you get any corybas?
     
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    I'll be sure to keep track of where i put all the dead ones in my mulch pile... ;-) i've learned enough to not count my chickens.... if you get my drift
     
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    Ooi Leung Sun was not there, Marlow's was selling some of their stock, I didn't see any corybas. I picked up a couple of ponerorchis graminifolia from Ten Shin for my terrestrial fix!
     

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