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Default Lycaste John Ezzy

This one is still in bloom after eight weeks, though only one pristine
flower of the original seven remains. I was surprised by the color as I
had expected pink, but the form is everything I expected from the
parents (Koolena and Shoalhaven).They seemed very large at 5" until the
7" pink monster bloomed!

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Default Lycaste John Ezzy

Wonderful stuff Tennis, this one my fave & yet another one that I kill
easily.
Love the pristine white.
Cheers Wendy
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This one is still in bloom after eight weeks, though only one pristine
flower of the original seven remains. I was surprised by the color as I
had expected pink, but the form is everything I expected from the
parents (Koolena and Shoalhaven).They seemed very large at 5" until the
7" pink monster bloomed!




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