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 Post subject: Aerides falcata
PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:52 pm 
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Probably the best flower weve had out of this plant,
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Nicely grown these do make lovely plants and rhe scent is always lovely to be around


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What a great spike!

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You grow some smashing plants SilverShaded........this is another one of them and one of those plants I'm always on the point of buying for myself but thinking it may grow too big which always prevents me.
The last time I nearly bought one was at this years London Show where Mrs Wu tried the hard-sell on me with one :roll: , my knee-jerk reaction to hard-sell is to say "No", maybe I should have given in to her? :?

The nearest thing I have to an Aerides is a Sedeira which doesn't compare (although a lovely little plant in its own right).

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stevek wrote:
You grow some smashing plants SilverShaded.......


I didnt show you all the dead and dying ones... :lol:


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Fabulous plant--- a real picture.
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Nice colour combi and lots of flowers.


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