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Myrmecophila tibicinis, I would still rather call it Schomburgkia tho!

All buds open & is lasting in our sudden heat wave here in S.Calif.
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Myrmecophila tibicinis, I would still rather call it Schomburgkia tho!

All buds open & is lasting in our sudden heat wave here in S.Calif.
Cheers Wendy



Very nice, I like the color. The flowers on my plant are bit bit more
orange.

Oh, and how tall is the bloom spike?

I'm 5' 4" tall.

Chris Savas




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Myrmecophila tibicinis, I would still rather call it Schomburgkia tho!


Very nice, I like the color of your blooms. Mine has a bit more orange.
And, how tall is the bloom spike?

Mine got so tall, that I had to take it out of the greenhouse. I'm 5' 4" . .
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Very nice, I like the color. The flowers on my plant are bit bit more
orange.

Oh, and how tall is the bloom spike?

I'm 5' 4" tall.

Chris Savas


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Cool pic, Chris!
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Thanks Chris & thanks for your photo too. I have a few different plants from
different sources & have one that is orangy/brown.
Your guy looks very happy in a pot wondering what mix you used if any?
Cheers Wendy
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Myrmecophila tibicinis, I would still rather call it Schomburgkia tho!

All buds open & is lasting in our sudden heat wave here in S.Calif.
Cheers Wendy



Very nice, I like the color. The flowers on my plant are bit bit more
orange.

Oh, and how tall is the bloom spike?

I'm 5' 4" tall.

Chris Savas



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This is good. I'm seeing the pictures. Chris, you blow my mind. My mental
image of you was so different!

Diana

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Your guy looks very happy in a pot wondering what mix you used if any?
Cheers Wendy
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Myrmecophila tibicinis, I would still rather call it Schomburgkia tho!

All buds open & is lasting in our sudden heat wave here in S.Calif.
Cheers Wendy



Very nice, I like the color. The flowers on my plant are bit bit more
orange.

Oh, and how tall is the bloom spike?

I'm 5' 4" tall.

Chris Savas



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Thanks Chris & thanks for your photo too. I have a few different plants from
different sources & have one that is orangy/brown.
Your guy looks very happy in a pot wondering what mix you used if any?
Cheers Wendy


Most of my plants are in a mix of tree fern, redwood chips, sponge rock, and
charcoal.

Chris Savas


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