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Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Posted by hotdiggetydam (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 19, 08 at 19:16

May all your brom wish lists be filled
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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Woof - can santa deliver those to nz please!!!! What are they, they look incredible.


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Maggies Pride gone berzerk? ;-) Impressive whatever it is.
I hope everyone has a Happy & relaxing Christmas - all the best for a brom-filled New Year!

Christmas Cheers, Todd


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

I too want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and and wonderful New Year filled with some very special bromeliads.

HDD how about sending me one of those lovely white broms???
Email me....
Merry Christmas, Marian


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

It would be a wonderful Christmas if we receive one of those white bromies.

Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year!
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Hi All,

A wonderful group of broms. ;-)

Wish all of you be happy and have a wonderful year.

Mery X'mas
Yong


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

HDD,

Great looking Neos, I'm trying to get Santa to let me build a greenhouse.

Merry Christmas all.

Rick


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Hi HDD, what a beautiful and unusual lot of broms. Are these your own hybrids you've been hiding away from us?

Tell me when you're going away on holidays so I can arrange to come around to get a sample.

Thanks for sharing with us, all the best, Nev.


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Yes a new hybrid by Mr Ray Coleman of Florida
It will a limited release at the World Conference 2010 in New Orleans, USA.
The photo is of the original grex. Which is now being progated for pups.
Interesting life cycle..Kinda like a butterfly. The red looking plant on the lower right is the catapillar(pup) but the plant changes to what you see on the left of the photo. A wide winged butterfly and likes the bright lights.
The plant name is Neo. Lorena Lector.


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Hi HDD - Thanks for the follow up. Something a little bit different to ponder over.

All the best, Nev.


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Hi all

HAPPY XMAS to all...I hope you all have an awesome new year! Be safe and enjoy the holidays!

Dennis


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

Thanks for all the seasons' greetings everyone. The same back to you all.
That is indeed a beautiful butterfly, HDD! But the name suggests that Hannibal will be having Lorena for lunch!!

K


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Hi Kerry or....
Lorena the butterfly devoured Hannibal...Anyway i didn't get to name it...or it would have a different name LOL


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hdd,
Thanks for sharing the pics and the plant info!... looks like everybody's wish list just grew a little bit longer!

Paul


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

HDD, it's an amazing plant! As Paul said, the wish-lists just get longer and longer!

Japie


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I recognize those plants and their location. I took their picture a year ago when I was in Florida, and was hoping there would be more of them by now. I expect they will fetch some big bucks at the convention!

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I like the name. Michael said it was HL x Lorena, but I think it must be the other way around. Either way, it is certainly not what I would have expected for that cross!

If you can't wait for this one to get out, why not try Wango Tango?


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RE: Merry Christmas and Happy Gardening in 2009

For me Wango tango the leaves are to thin and picky about light conditions.
My picture was taken right before they mom's bloomed and got twisted LOL


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