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Fell over in the greenhouse, so I had to go through some serious setup
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Fell over in the greenhouse, so I had to go through some serious setup
issues to get a decent shot alignment.

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Look what Gold Digger can do. Not mine of course, one we gave a cultural
award to in Sacramento last week:

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Very nice set, Ray. Isn't parochialism odd. I'm delighted to see people
growing & liking our Aussie natives - but feel no desire to branch out into
natives from your area.

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Fell over in the greenhouse, so I had to go through some serious setup
issues to get a decent shot alignment.

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Dave,

Unless one refers to the relatively few epiphytes from Florida, most US
natives are short-lived terrestrials requiring very specific conditions that
many find to be hard to manage.

In my entire collection, I believe my Encyclia tampensis is the only US
native.

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Very nice set, Ray. Isn't parochialism odd. I'm delighted to see people
growing & liking our Aussie natives - but feel no desire to branch out
into
natives from your area.

On Sun, 09 Mar 2008 14:42:46 GMT, "Ray B" wrote:

Fell over in the greenhouse, so I had to go through some serious setup
issues to get a decent shot alignment.

Dave Gillingham
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I am really starting to like the gold ones. Cheers Wendy
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