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Which Coelogyne do I have please...

Posted by leeflea 7a (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 11, 12 at 3:21

I've gone from thinking it's a flaccida to some other. Now, I'm totally confused. Might some help? Thank you. Leeflea
I'm sorry, I'm getting frustrated at myself for not being able to locate the pics I just took of the plant and spikes so I need to take a few breathers and get back when I'm in a better humor.
LOL. Has anyone a 12 yrs. old child to send over as he/she would know so much more than I?
thanks,
leeflea.


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RE: Which Coelogyne do I have please...

Sorry, this is not the Coelogyne. I apologize. It's either a sweet bay or red bay. I tend to think it's a swamp bay but that's for another time. Leeflea.


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RE: Which Coelogyne do I have please...

Teehee. Don't worry, we all get a bad hair day. At least you have a sense of humor about it. I know it's boring but the best way to ID a species is to trawl through the pics on Jay's. There are only about 50 Coelogynes!


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