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Feb. 6, 2016: Back in 2/6/2016 we dropped by Taylor Orchids to visit Ron. The weather was unusually mild and it was a great way to spend an amazing day. Unfortunately, the Monday after this weekend was the day that kidney stones hit me. It hit me so hard that my life and work got a little backed up and its only now that I’m able to update our blog.

During this visit these were the plants we took home.

Onc. fuscatum alba 'Pygmy Queen II'
Onc. fuscatum alba ‘Pygmy Queen II’

Onc. fuscatum alba 'Pygmy Queen II'These were the flowers on this plant that we divided with Ron while we were there.

C. Karae Lyn Sugiyama x S. grandiflora (coccinea)
C. Karae Lyn Sugiyama x S. grandiflora (coccinea)

Phal. rofinoThis is Ron’s infamous Phal. rofino which according to the internet is the old name for Phal. floresensis but it’s confusing since Phal. floresensis is yellow.

Phal. rofinoLarry has been drooling over this plant ever since we first saw it. Ron finally let us get one.

Cochlezella Amazing
Cochlezella Amazing

Cochlezella AmazingThis is one of those weird species with beautiful, unique flowers. The tag says “Chord Amazing”.

Phal. Orchid World
Phal. Orchid World

Phal. Orchid WorldLarry couldn’t get enough of this Phal hybrid that really smells like Fruit Loops! The previous one we got is still very happy (story at this post)

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