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Re: amazing epiphytes

Nope wasn't me, but I got some from Linda too.  Mine are blooming  also.  
Just wonderful!!
Too bad she's not on the list to thank her, lost her email in the pc crash  
too, unfortunately.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/25/2005 7:15:55 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I got  some too, and mine are also blooming- a red and maroon colored 
>  one..  I believe it was from Linda (or Lynda) and she was from Wyoming I  
> think????  I have a horrible memory for names...
>  Theresa
> A A HODGES wrote:
> >About 3 years  ago someone from this list (and now I cannot recall who!)
> >sent me  cuttings from their epiphytic cacti. I went out to the
> >greenhouse  tonight where I've left them neglected and unwatered for
> >weeks,  and low and behold one is blooming. It's HUGE and it's GORGEOUS!
>  >So, I think maybe it was Noreen, but whoever sent them to me, I  love
> >you. The blooms are just fabulous! And there are more  buds.

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