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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 2:47 am 
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Hey everyone!

Wanted to share with my Tropical pointer Galaxy that I had in bloom till just last week. Its the first time it was in bloom for me. Love the colours on this one and my first true cattleya growing success

https://youtu.be/cOfZptSEFcU

Hope you enjoy!

Rob

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Congratulations on your 'first'. It is giving a lovely display and the plant itself looks nice and healthy.

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A lovely plant Rob.
Great flower shape and smashing combination of colours.

I tried a Tropical Pointer some time ago (I think there are are few crosses?), but it died on me before flowering. :(
So if you are ever thinking of getting rid of that one, I'm sure I could find a home for it :)

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