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OCRC_Dir_China wrote:
I will try and collect all the Holcoglossum varieties in China.

Kenneth, you sound like a man who is now on a mission ?

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I've got the pink one budding up now and the thing I like about these is that whatever colour version they are (yellow, red, pink or purple), the colours are never subtle and can always be relied on to produce a vivid splash of colour.
Yours a good example Kenneth, not the pale primrose shade of yellow for this one but a great big hit of deep golden, yellow.......lovely!

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They bloom many times a year, this yellow Isi most common that I have seen in China.

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