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Laelia anceps x C. Summer Stars

I took a pic of the whole plant showing the spike which is about 2 feet
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Both very nice, Wendy. What's the plant in the background of this pic?

On Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:48:17 -0800, "Wendy7" wrote:

Laelia anceps x C. Summer Stars

I took a pic of the whole plant showing the spike which is about 2 feet
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Default L. anceps x C. Summer Stars-The whole plant.

That's my pride & joy, Den. speciosum, that I have had for more than 10
years & before it won all the ribbons.
Just sad that I never got any subsp. name for it. I remember getting it from
a grower in Santa Barbara who was from
New Zealand.
Cheers Wendy (who will gladly post a pic from last year of it)

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Both very nice, Wendy. What's the plant in the background of this pic?

On Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:48:17 -0800, "Wendy7" wrote:

Laelia anceps x C. Summer Stars

I took a pic of the whole plant showing the spike which is about 2 feet
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Default L. anceps x C. Summer Stars-The whole plant.

Thought it might have been. That's what prompted my interest. I'm not much
good on the varieties of speciosum. John, or Reiner or Peter?

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That's my pride & joy, Den. speciosum, that I have had for more than 10
years & before it won all the ribbons.
Just sad that I never got any subsp. name for it. I remember getting it from
a grower in Santa Barbara who was from
New Zealand.
Cheers Wendy (who will gladly post a pic from last year of it)

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Both very nice, Wendy. What's the plant in the background of this pic?

On Tue, 22 Jan 2008 18:48:17 -0800, "Wendy7" wrote:

Laelia anceps x C. Summer Stars

I took a pic of the whole plant showing the spike which is about 2 feet
long.

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