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Fw: Native orchids

> sally ann, a new member to the group, Mariana, <gardenchat@hort.net>
> seems to be a real orchid person. she might know what you have or how to
> find out. i don't know much about them, except i grow a few [whose names i
> don't know] and love to experiment with gluing or tying them to trees to
> see how they do.
> At 02:56 PM 12/31/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >Jim...SW FL is really lucky to have you expanding the homebase of those
> >Orchids!..I received as a present a native..??  on the tag Enc or Ewc
> >Cochelata...do you know this plant?? &if so what are the 3 sided oval
> >things on the stem below the blooms?? I am thrilled to have it & since
> >in the NORTH part of FL am keeping it inside until spring as we have many
> >days below 50...Any feed back would be so welcome...or a link to get some
> >SAinSA
> jsinger@igc.org

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