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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2016 3:02 pm 
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First flowering of this Dracula for me. A very nice flower albeit a little smaller than vampira and terborchii.

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Very nice Dave


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Thanks Ian. A few more to come over the next few weeks as spikes everywhere.


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Very nice they look link the defo like your growing area


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Nice Dave, Looks like you have the magic touch with the Dracula's going by the other Dracula pics you have put on the forum.


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Brian, fingers and toes crossed there should be some more in the next few weeks . Also the Mas wurdackii has dropped its first flower but now looks as though it will have three out together. The Cassiopea has just put out a flower and is one of the prettiest that I have. And on to the as important topic of football, I'm still waiting for the wheels to fall off for Leicester but they still keep going. It was interesting to see the cost of the side and at only 25 million, Nigel Pierce must have a good eye for a bargain. Vardy and Mahrez at 1m and 400k must be the signings of the season. A good win for Everton this weekend.



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I don't grow any of these but well done to you.

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Brian, fingers and toes crossed there should be some more in the next few weeks . Also the Mas wurdackii has dropped its first flower but now looks as though it will have three out together. The Cassiopea has just put out a flower and is one of the prettiest that I have. And on to the as important topic of football, I'm still waiting for the wheels to fall off for Leicester but they still keep going. It was interesting to see the cost of the side and at only 25 million, Nigel Pierce must have a good eye for a bargain. Vardy and Mahrez at 1m and 400k must be the signings of the season. A good win for Everton this weekend.


The Wurdackii you have is really unusual.

Think everyone is waiting for the wheels to fall off at Leicester, but to go and comfortably beat Man City at their ground as well, shows they are the real deal, get a draw/win at Arsenal this weekend, then for me they'll go on and win the league.

Couldn't believe the cost of the Leicester starting 11 that played Man City, against the cost of the Man City 11, just goes to show it's not always about money, and it's going to be embarrassing for those clubs who spend millions and millions if Leicester win the league.


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