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Here's one of Peter's orchids shot in his shade-house.

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Oh, my, what is that? How neat to tour Peter's place, and how nice to share
it all with us, Reiner.

Diana

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On Sun, 2 Dec 2007 14:41:14 -0800, Diana Kulaga wrote
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Oh, my, what is that? How neat to tour Peter's place, and how nice to share
it all with us, Reiner.

Diana

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Here's one of Peter's orchids shot in his shade-house.


Thank you, indeed.

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Thanks Diana, you'll have to get the name from Peter as, although most were
labelled, I didn't record any names.

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glad to be of service

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That's a Coelogyne and I'm blanking on the specific name.... common name is
'black orchid' becasue the lip is so black.... I think.

K Barrett

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How about C. pandurata, Kathy/Reiner!
Nice shots there Reiner, esp. the one of the personnel.
Peter


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That's a Coelogyne and I'm blanking on the specific name.... common name
is 'black orchid' becasue the lip is so black.... I think.

K Barrett

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Thanks Diana, you'll have to get the name from Peter as, although most
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Thanks. I have not grown those. Add them to a long list of things I have yet
to try.

Diana

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That's a Coelogyne and I'm blanking on the specific name.... common name
is 'black orchid' becasue the lip is so black.... I think.

K Barrett

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Thanks Diana, you'll have to get the name from Peter as, although most
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[slaps forehead] Yes! That's it! I had one and it was a reliable bloomer.
I can't rememebr why I don't have it anymore.... probably donated it to the
society auction.... sometimes I do that when I'm tired of an orchid. Now
I know I was a dolt to do that!

K

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Nice shots there Reiner, esp. the one of the personnel.
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That's a Coelogyne and I'm blanking on the specific name.... common name
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Thanks Diana, you'll have to get the name from Peter as, although most
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Kathy,

Probably because it's a monster of a plant? Peter looks like he's got the
space for it, but it claims a high percentage of bench space of the smaller
houses found here in the Bay Area.

-Eric in SF
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It's also worth the space - magic species! A glimpse of the plant -
attached.

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Kathy,

Probably because it's a monster of a plant? Peter looks like he's got the
space for it, but it claims a high percentage of bench space of the
smaller
houses found here in the Bay Area.

-Eric in SF
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Aha! I'm not the only one with the occasional sun burned leaf!

For that, I might find room. Thanks for the ID. It's great! Will check
culture requirements.

Diana

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Probably because it's a monster of a plant? Peter looks like he's got the
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No sweat, Reiner. It didn't attract any attention.
Nevertheless, I'm sure you've heard of "pay back"! It will happen!
Stay glued .....!
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