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77sunset wrote:
Hello everyone. I hope you all enjoyed a pleasant time over Christmas.
Nearly next year now and then Easter.

I did a bit of tidying in my brom house yesterday and have finally moved all the old mums and any shabby plants down to the back shadehouse. I need to take off quite a few pups and repot the others.
I can do it down there where I have a good bench and chair.

i found all my vriesias and have them together now. I also have flowers on two of them.
The vriesias seem to do really well here so I would like to get a few more.

I have accumulated a few more broms over the past few months which are all looking good.

i look at all the ones on here and wish I had the room for them.

If anyone has any vriesias to sell please dmail me with info .
I should have asked earlier instead of looking on eBay.

pic 1...vr. Ginger

pic 2....vr Sundance ...I cant find a pic of this one that looks like mine.

pic 3 ... vr. heiroglyphica x Red Chestnut .......this one only had the parents, no name. I love it .It is about 32cm across now.

pic 4...nidularium fulgens (back) & neo. Sheldance

pic 5...neo Midnight ( front ) & aech. organensis. ....I looked at pics and my "Midnight "seems to look like the one from Goode, the other I saw was very black..


This message was edited Dec 28, 2012 11:05 AM

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